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					          Fall 2005
                   Course Schedule

 my.washburn.edu
      • meet with your advisor
        • log into MyWashburn
 • select “Register for Courses”

                                                           inside this book
                                                            • list of courses
                                                            • fall 2005 academic calendar
                                                            • enrollment dates
                                                            • web enrollment information
                                                               and instructions
                                                            • final exam schedule
                                                            • comprehensive list of student
for current information                                        services
                    • refer to
         www.washburn.edu/
      schedule/schedules.html
                          OR
          my.washburn.edu
 Fall 2005 Available Course List
      for course information and
         classroom assignments




 Celebrating 140 Years
                                   1865-2005
washburn university                    1700 college ave.                  topeka, ks 66621
                 phone: 785.231.1010                  tdd: 785.231.1025
                     2005 FALL ACADEMIC CALENDAR
          April                                   4 - 19        Advance Registration for Fall 2005
                                                                 by Alphabetical/Classification Schedule only for students enrolled in Spring 2005
                                                  20 - 30       Open Registration for Fall 2005
                                                                 for new, returning, and Spring 2005 students who did not advance register
                       Thursday - Friday          28 - 29       Blueprint
          May                                     1 - 31        Open Registration Continues

          June                                   1 - 30         Open Registration Continues
                              1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24       Blueprint

          July                                    1 - 31        Open Registration Continues

          August                                  1 - 19        Open Registration Continues
                              Monday              1             Course Materials Available at Bookstore
                     Monday - Tuesday             15 - 16       Advance Registration Tuition and Fees Processed
                    Wednesday – Friday            17 - 19       Open Registration
                               Saturday           20            CLASSES BEGIN
                                                                Late Enrollment on Web
                                    Friday        26            Last Day to Enroll Without a Late Fee
                                                                Last Day to Change From Audit to Graded or A/Pass/Fail Status
                                                                Last Day to Enroll in a Course Without the Instructor's Permission

          September               Saturday        3             Labor Day Holiday Begins (University Holiday)
                                  Monday          5             Labor Day (University Holiday)
                                    Friday        9             Last Day to Change from Grade or A/Pass/Fail Status to Audit
                                                                Last Day to Enroll
                                                                Last Day for a Full Refund (with receipt) for Fall Course Materials at the Bookstore
                                    Friday        16            Last Day to File Application for Degree for Fall Graduates

          October                Thursday         20            FALL BREAK BEGINS
                                  Monday          24            Classes Resume
                                  Monday          31            Advance Web Registration for Spring 2006
                                                                 by Alphabetical/Classification Schedule only for students enrolled in Fall 2005
          November                                1 - 15        Advance Web Registration for Spring 2006 Continues
                                                                 by Alphabetical/Classification Schedule only for students enrolled in Fall 2005
                                    Friday        4             Last Day for Students to Withdraw from Course(s)
                                                                Last Day to Change Graded Course to A/Pass/Fail, or A/Pass/Fail to Grade Status
                                                                     (must meet qualifications)
                             Wednesday            16            Open Registration
                             Wednesday            23            Thanksgiving Student Recess Begins
                       Thursday – Friday          24 - 25       Thanksgiving (University Holiday – classes also not held on Saturday)
                                Monday            28            Classes Resume
          December                                1 - 31        Open Registration Continues
                                                  5 - 17        Semester-end Book Buy at the Bookstore
                                   Friday         9             LAST DAY OF CLASSES
                                                                Web available for Submitting Grades for Fall courses (5:00 p.m.)
                                  Saturday        10            Final Examinations Begin (for Saturday classes)
                                  Monday          12            Final Examinations Begin
                                    Friday        16            Final Examinations End
                                                                END OF FALL SEMESTER
                                                                FALL COMMENCEMENT
                                Saturday          17            School of Nursing Recognition Ceremony
                               Wednesday          21            Deadline for Submission of Grades on Web (12:00 Noon)
                                                  25 - 31       Winter Holiday Break (University Closed)

The academic deadlines reflected in the above calendar are for courses one semester in length. Academic deadlines for courses shorter than one
semester will be calculated at the same ratio as the academic deadlines for semester courses.

 The information and classroom assignments in this printed schedule are subject to change after press time; therefore, this schedule should be used for reference only.
        The most current information is located on Washburn's web site at www.washburn.edu/schedule/schedules.html
                             OR on my.washburn.edu under the Fall 2005 Available Course List.
Table of Contents                                                                                  Enrollment at a Glance
Web Enrollment General Information ............................. 2
Web Enrollment Instructions........................................... 3
Advising Locations/Registration Worksheet................... 4
Advance and Open Registration Procedures ................... 5
                                                                                                   Advance Registration
Late Enrollment Procedures ............................................ 6                          Monday, April 4 – Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Drop/Add Courses........................................................... 6                      (See page 5)
Enrollment Guidelines..................................................... 6                            For: Students currently enrolled Spring and/or Summer 2005
Blue Print ........................................................................ 7
Bod Blast......................................................................... 7                                 Blue Print Registration
High School Student Orientation and Enrollment ........... 7                                                                 (See page 7)
Tuition and Fees/Payment of Tuition and Fees ............ 8/9
Student IDs (iCard) ....................................................... 10                            High School Junior and Senior Enrollment
EN300 Placement Exam................................................ 10                                      Thursday - Friday, August 11 and 12, 2005
How to Read Course Listings........................................ 11                                                       (See page 7)
FALL CLASSES ......................................................... 12
Tentative Final Examinations Schedule ................... 47/48                                                             Bod Blast
Online Courses .............................................................. 49                                  Orientation for New Students
PLAN 2+2 ..................................................................... 49                       August 15 and August 17 through August 21, 2005
Telecourse Schedule...................................................... 50                                                 (See page 7)
Division of Continuing Education................................. 51
General Information
      Admission Procedures..................................................... 52
      Financial Aid................................................................... 52
      Tuition/Payment of Tuition ............................................. 53
                                                                                                   Open Registration
      Excess Financial Aid....................................................... 53               Wednesday, April 20 through Friday, August 19, 2005
      Drop/Adds ....................................................................... 54         (See page 5)
      Late Enrollment and Delinquent Payments ..................... 54                                For:   1) New students
      Procedures for Withdrawing from Classes ...................... 54                                      2) Readmitted former Washburn students
      Tuition Refunds and Tuition Refund Schedule .. 54/55                                                   3) Students enrolled Spring and/or Summer 2005
      Residency ........................................................................ 55                        who did not Advance Register
      Final Grades .................................................................... 55         Procedures:
      Degrees/Diplomas ........................................................... 55                 1. Fill out registration worksheet (page 4).
      Transcripts....................................................................... 56           2. See an Advisor and complete the worksheet.
      Evening Office Hours...................................................... 56                   3. Enroll in classes.
      Classification of Students5.............................................. 56                    4. Pay tuition and fees.
Student Services                                                                                      5. Obtain new I.D. if needed.
      CLASS ............................................................................ 57
      Information Technology Services ................................... 57
      The Writing Center.......................................................... 58
      Student Activities & Greek Life...................................... 58
      Ichabod Service Center/Student IDs ............................... 58
                                                                                                   Late Enrollment
                                                                                                   Saturday, August 20 through Friday, September 9, 2005
      Multicultural Affairs Office ............................................ 58                 (See page 6)
      Disability Services .......................................................... 58              For everyone who did not enroll before classes started.
      Student Recreation and Wellness Center......................... 58
      Education Opportunity Program...................................... 58
      Office of International Programs..................................... 58
      Veterans .......................................................................... 59
      65 Years of Age and Over Audit Program ...................... 59
      Student Health Services .................................................. 59
      University Bookstore....................................................... 59
      Library Facilities ............................................................. 60
                                                                                                                       REFUNDS
      Military Science .............................................................. 60                      REFUND POLICY – PAGE 54
      Washburn Police Department.......................................... 60                                 REFUND DATES – PAGE 55
      University Service Area .................................................. 60
Policies Affecting Student Rights/Responsibilities ....... 61
    Procedure for Contesting Grades
    Sexual Harassment Policy
    Drug Free Schools and Campuses Information                                                        REFER TO THE WEB FOR THE MOST
    Equal Opportunity Policy Statement                                                                CURRENT SCHEDULE INFORMATION
    Student Conduct Code
    Academic Impropriety Policy                                                                        AND CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS
    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act                                                          www.washburn.edu/schedule/schedules.html
    Parking Regulations
2005 Fall Academic Calendar ............. Inside Front Cover                                                            OR
Important Locations and Phone Nos. ...Inside Back Cover                                                          my.washburn.edu
Campus Map ...................................................Back Cover                                          Fall 2005 Available Course List



                                                                                               1
                                WEB ENROLLMENT
            Available 8:00 a.m. on April 4 to 5:00 p.m. on August 26, 2005
Advance Registration, Open Registration, and Late Enrollment for Fall 2005 are available to
students on the Web. If you are eligible, you can enroll from home, work, or on campus through
your MyWashburn account. The majority of students who are currently enrolled Spring and/or
Summer 2005 may participate.


FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW
    The groups of students who must enroll in person and are NOT eligible to enroll on the Web are:
                     • High School Students
                     • WECEP Students
                     • KATS Students (KATS students must go to Benton 306)
                     • Conditional students must go to the Center for Learning & Student Success
                         (CLASS - Morgan 122) in person for advising and enrollment


Registration may be unavailable when backup and maintenance is scheduled, which is every Wednesday from 12:00
a.m. to 1:00 a.m., and Sundays from 3:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
You may register and/or change your course schedule only during your specified time of the ALPHABETICAL
and/or CLASSIFICATION SCHEDULE, or at any time during the OPEN REGISTRATION period.
If you have a hold, the system will tell you and not allow you to register until it has been cleared. If the hold is not
cleared before your alphabetical schedule is over, your next opportunity to register will be in Open Registration.
After registering your schedule for courses, view your course schedule to make certain it is accurate.
If you change your mind about any courses, you may add and drop as often as necessary throughout your
alphabetical schedule or Open Registration. Be certain to check again to verify that your schedule did change.
Morgan 136 will be staffed at various times during the enrollment process to assist those students having difficulty
enrolling.
The instructions for enrolling are the same for all enrollments (except a portion of Late Enrollment). Dates, times,
and enrollment schedules may vary.
Instructions for Web Enrollment are listed on page 3 and instructions are on each screen on the web. Follow the
instructions carefully.
You cannot see an entire registration page on the screen. Be sure to scroll down as far as necessary to find any
links/buttons that you need.


BEFORE YOU CAN ENROLL ON THE WEB
Obtain your WIN (Washburn Identification Number) located on:
   • Your iCard (for current students) - obtain your iCard from the Ichabod Service Center in Memorial Union
        (see page 10).
   • Your Admissions Acceptance Letter (for students admitted for the Fall 2005 term).
   • Your Admissions printout (for new/returning students admitted on campus during enrollment and late
        enrollment).
Obtain MyWashburn Account Information (for students who do not already have a MyWashburn password).
   Access http://my.washburn.edu
   Select "Retrieve Account Information"
   Follow the instructions to access MyWashburn.


                                                            2
                                    WEB ENROLLMENT
STEPS FOR ENROLLMENT
1.   MEET WITH YOUR ADVISOR
     Go to the appropriate building and room according to your major.
            See the list of Advising Building and Rooms by Department above the Registration Worksheet.
     Determine your course selections and include alternate courses.
      Write the CRN's (Course Reference Numbers) and other course information on the Registration worksheet.
      List alternate courses/sections in case your preference of courses is not available.
     Obtain your Registration PIN (Personal Identification Number) from your academic advisor before leaving. (When
      registering on the Web, you will be asked for your Alternate PIN which is the same as the Registration PIN obtained
      from your advisor.)
2.   ACCESS THE INTERNET
     Log into MyWashburn http://my.washburn.edu (make sure you have your WIN)
       MyWashburn may be unavailable due to system maintenance on Wednesdays from 12:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m., and on
       Sundays from 3:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
     Select "Web Enrollment" in the right column of the screen in the Self-Service Quick Links box.
3.   BUILDING YOUR COURSE SCHEDULE
     Select "Select Term."
        Choose "Fall 2005" from the pull-down menu: press Submit button.
        NOTE: To be successful with the registration process, you MUST READ the notes/instructions at the top of the
                    screen and follow the instructions exactly.
     Select "Check your Registration Status."
        If you are NOT eligible to register, a message will tell you why and there will be instructions for obtaining eligibility.
        If you are eligible to register, select "Registration Menu" at the bottom of the screen.
     Select "Register for Courses."
     Enter your registration PIN which you obtained from your advisor and select the Submit button.
        Follow the instructions to "Build your Course Schedule."
        This screen also allows you to add or drop courses to or from an existing schedule. Follow the instructions under the
        appropriate heading.
        NOTE: If you do NOT known the CRNs which are required to build your course schedule, select "Search for
                    Available Courses" from the "Registration Menu" or consult the printed Fall 2005 Course Schedule
                    Bulletin.
     If you choose "Search for Available Courses" and complete a search, there are two registration options. You may:
        1. Select "Register" at the bottom of the screen to add your section(s) immediately to the "Current Schedule"
             section on the "Register for Courses" screen, or
        2. Select "Add to Worksheet" at the bottom, to add CRNs to the "Add Classes" section on the "Register for
             Courses" screen.
             NOTE: Courses will NOT show in the Current Schedule area of the screen if there is a registration error. There
                       is a link on the page to explain the error messages.
4.   CHANGE COURSE OPTIONS
     Choose "Change Course Option" at the bottom of the "Register for Courses" screen if you want to change to or from
     A/pass/fail or audit or change the number of credit hours for variable hour credit courses. You may also choose the same
     option from the "Registration Menu."
5.   VIEW YOUR SCHEDULE
     After submitting your courses, you may view your schedule by selecting "View Student Course Schedule by Day and
     Time" at the bottom of the screen. You may also view your schedule by returning to the "Registration Menu" and
     selecting "View Student Detail Course Schedule" or "View Student Course Schedule by Day and Time."
6.   PAY FOR IT
     Select "View Registration Fee Assessment" to view information about your tuition and fee charges.
     Select "Account Summary by Term" at the bottom of the screen to see more detail and view your financial aid.
     Pay for your changes using the links at the bottom of the "Accounts Summary by Term" page.
     Arrange an installment plan through the Student Tab on MyWashburn (my.washburn.edu) or, if you choose to mail in or
       call in a payment, request a plan at that time.
IMPORTANT:           Protect your confidential information! When you have finished your enrollment activities, log out of
                     MyWashburn. Exit from MyWashburn through the Logout button. Log back into MyWashburn to resume other
                     activities.

                                                                  3
                      ADVISING LOCATIONS
                             AND
               STUDENT REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
 ADVISING BUILDINGS & ROOMS BY DEPARTMENT
 UNDECLARED STUDENTS:                         CLASS, Morgan 122
 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:                      International House
 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:                        Admissions Office, Morgan 114

 DECLARED STUDENTS
 School of Applied Studies                                                               School of Business – HC 116
 BE 107        Allied Health (Health Services Administration, Medical
                     Imaging, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Health Information
                     Technology, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiation Therapy,
                     Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy
 BE 311          Office, Legal & Technology (Banking, Design Technology,                 School of Nursing – PC 203
                     Food Service, Industrial Technology, Legal Studies, Office
                     Administration, Purchasing, Technology Administration)
 BE 201/204      Criminal Justice
 BE 203          Human Services
 BE 405          Social Work
 College of Arts and Sciences
 GC 133 Art & Theatre Arts                                   PC 201          Health & Physical Education & Exercise Science
 ST 108     Astronomy, Physics                               HC 311          History
 ST 201     Biology                                          HC 316          Mass Media
 ST 302     Chemistry                                        MO 275          Mathematics & Statistics
 MO 266 Communication                                        GC 211          Music
 BT 100 Computer Information Sciences                        GC 233          Philosophy
 CA 202 Education                                            HC 215          Political Science
 MO 258 English                                              HC 211          Psychology
 MO 375 Modern Languages                                     HC 218          Sociology/Anthropology
 Building Codes
 AB Art Building                      CA Carnegie Hall                                     LL Living Learning Center
 BE Benton Hall                       GC Garvey Fine Arts Center                           MO Morgan Hall
 BT Bennett Computer Center           HC Henderson Learning Resource Center                PC Petro Allied Health Center
                                                                                           ST Stoffer Science Hall
REGISTRATION WORKSHEET
    CRN         Subject and Course Number              Credit         Grading Options           Day/Time     Building/Room
                                                       Hours          Grade, Pass/Fail, Audit




                                                                  4
                                         ADVANCE REGISTRATION
                                                April 4 through April 19, 2005
 Advance Registration is for eligible students who are currently enrolled at Washburn during Spring and/or Summer 2005.
 Follow enrollment instructions listed under Steps for Enrollment on page 3. In order to access Web registration and build
 your course schedule, you will have to observe the schedule listed below. You will have a date, alphabetical, AND
 classification registration timeframe.
 NOTE:        A student's classification will be based on the number of credit hours the student has completed at Washburn
              University, courses in progress at Washburn, and any transfer credit hours that have been posted.
 Classifications: Freshman       0 to 23 credit hours
                  Sophomore      24 to 53 credit hours
                  Junior         54 to 87 credit hours
                  Senior         88 or more credit hours
                  Graduate       pursuing graduate courses/degree              REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE - MORGAN 115

        •   You will only be able to register on your                          Registration staff will be available to answer questions or to
            specified dates and during Open Registration.                      provide assistance. The staff will NOT enroll students in
                                                                               person but will assist students who are having difficulty with
        •   Registration is by the first letter of your last                   the registration process on the Web.
            name.
        •   All students of the same classification may
            register on the last day of their three-day
            schedule.
        •   Non-degree seeking students will be classified
            according to their completed and in-progress
            credit hours.
                               ALPHABETICAL/CLASSIFICATION SCHEDULE:
 Seniors & Graduates             Juniors & Graduates                Sophomores & Graduates                  Freshmen & Graduates
 April 4           A-M           April 7           A-M              April 12                A-M             April 15            A-M
 April 5           N-Z           April 8           N-Z              April 13                N-Z             April 18            N-Z
 April 6           A-Z           April 11          A-Z              April 14                A-Z             April 19            A-Z


                                              OPEN REGISTRATION
                                April 20 at 8:00 a.m. to August 19, 2005 at 5:00 p.m.
 For:
        • All Washburn students enrolled for Spring and/or Summer 2005 who did not advance register.
        • All new students - must submit an Application for Admission, official transcripts, and ACT scores if fewer than 24
          hours of college work has been completed.
     • Former students who have been readmitted to the University.
 NOTE: To allow for processing, new students and students seeking readmission should submit the above materials to the
 Office of Admissions by August 1, 2005. Contact Admissions in Morgan Hall Room 114 or at (785) 231-1030 for an
 Application for Admission.

NOTE:       Registration assistance will be available in Morgan 136 on August 17 - 19 and August 22 - 24 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 IMPORTANT: Students participating in Enrollment must make certain that they have Obtained their WIN and
            MyWashburn Account Information before registering on the Web. See "BEFORE YOU CAN
            ENROLL ON THE WEB" on page 2 for details.
 To Enroll: Follow the STEPS FOR ENROLLMENT on page 3, Web Enrollment.
 New students, returning students, and current students who did not advance register must begin the enrollment process at
 Step 1.
     • There will be NO alphabetical schedule on any of the days.
     • The groups of students listed under "Facts You Need to Know" will need to enroll in person.



                                                                       5
                                          LATE ENROLLMENT
Late enrollment is for students who did not enroll before August 20, 2005.
Web Enrollment: Saturday, August 20 through Friday, August 26
Students must make certain they have Obtained their WIN and MyWashburn Account Information before they can
enroll on the Web. See "BEFORE YOU CAN ENROLL ON THE WEB" on page 2 for details. To enroll, follow the
STEPS FOR ENROLLMENT on page 3, Web Enrollment.
Through University Registrar’s Office: Monday, August 29 through Friday, September 9
New students must be admitted through the Office of Admissions before beginning the enrollment process.
To enroll, obtain a LATE ENROLLMENT FORM from the University Registrar's office, Morgan 115, and follow the
printed instructions on the form.


                                                    DROP/ADD
DROP A COURSE:
      Students may drop courses on the Web through their MyWashburn account through Friday, November 4,
      2005. Students may not withdraw after November 4.
ADD A COURSE:
      Students must have the instructor's permission to add a course beginning Monday, August 29, 2005. The
      procedures are as follows:
             •    Obtain the instructor's permission.
             •    The instructor will provide an electronic permit.
             •    The student should contact the University Registrar’s Office by email using his/her MyWashburn
                  account (registrar@washburn.edu) or in person in Morgan Hall 115 using a Schedule Change
                  Form.




                  ENROLLMENT GUIDELINES FOR STUDENTS
    1.   No student may enroll for more than 20 hours without the consent of the Dean of the academic unit where the
         student is declared. (Undeclared students go to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.)
    2.   Undergraduate courses in which the student receives a D or an F may be repeated. Only the repeated grade will be
         included in determining the cumulative grade point average. It is the responsibility of the student to report
         repeated courses to the University Registrar's Office. Repeated courses will also be noted by the University
         Registrar's Office when such circumstances are identified. Students who are taking graduate courses may repeat
         courses in which they received a grade of C, D, or F if the repeat is granted by the dean/chair of the department
         offering the course.
    3.   A freshman is limited to 17 credit hours per semester except upon approval by the faculty advisor and the
         appropriate Dean.
    4.   Freshmen whose last names begin with A - K take EN101 during the Fall semester, and those L - Z during the
         Spring semester.
    5.   All students must complete 2 credit hours of PE198 Lifetime Wellness. This course may be taken A/pass/fail or
         for a grade.
    6.   A/pass/fail option may be selected for one course each semester outside the major area of study with 24 hours and
         a 2.0 GPA. Through November 4 (for a16-week course), students are allowed to switch from A/pass/fail status to
         grade status or grade to A/pass/fail status (if qualified). However, only one course per semester (in addition to any
         courses taught only A/pass/fail) may be so selected.
    7.   Students enrolled for Audit may convert to credit status by Friday, August 26. Students may not change from
         grade or A/pass/fail to audit after September 9, 2005.
    8.   Course Number: Junior status is required for enrollment in English 300. Courses numbered 400 - 499 are also
         open to graduate students. Courses numbered 500 - 599 are open to graduate students only.
    9.   Students withdrawing from 16-week courses through September 2, 2005 will not have W's recorded on their
         transcripts.

                                                              6
                                                BLUE PRINT
                                        Registration for New Students
All new students and their parents (other than current high school students) are encouraged to attend one of the
following registration sessions. These sessions include academic advising and enrollment, and campus tours prior
to Orientation in August. Information will be available online at www.washburn.edu/admissions beginning April 1
through June 22, 2005. (All credentials must be received by the Admissions Office and the student file must be
completed at least one week prior to each event.)
                                                 Freshman Sessions
                                                   Friday, April 29
                                                 Wednesday, June 1
                                                   Friday, June 10
           Commonly, this program is geared toward the traditional 18-year old college freshman and their parents.
                                               Transfer Student Sessions
                                                  Thursday, April 28
                                                    Friday, June 3
                                                  Wednesday, June 8
                                            This program is for transfer students.
                                                      Open Sessions
                                All new students, freshmen and transfers, may pre-register on
                                                   Wednesday, June 15
                                                    Friday, June 17
                                                   Wednesday, June 22
                                                    Friday, June 24

                                                     BOD BLAST
                                 Orientation For All New Traditional* Students
                                      August 17 through August 21, 2005
               (*An Orientation for new Non-Traditional Students will be held on August 15, 2005)
All students who are new to Washburn should participate in Orientation - whether you are a new freshman or
transfer, living on campus or commuting. The program begins with move-in to the residence halls on August 17
and sessions run daily until August 21. There's something for everyone at New Student Orientation. Plan on
joining us!


       Orientation and Enrollment for Fall 2005 High School Juniors and Seniors
                                                 Thursday and Friday
                                                August 11 and 12, 2005
                                                 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
If you will be a high school junior or senior this fall and would like to take classes at Washburn, plan to enroll on
Thursday or Friday, August 11 or 12, from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Students should report to Morgan Hall Room 114.
There will be academic advising and enrollment, the opportunity to pay tuition and fees, purchase books, and obtain
a student ID card.
To participate in this program, students should complete and mail the following to the Office of Admissions by August 8:
    1. Complete a Non-Degree Seeking Application for Admission. These forms are available in high school guidance
         offices and from the Washburn Admissions Office.
    2. Make sure the appropriate people sign the "Request to Enroll Form." These forms are available in high school
         guidance offices and from the Washburn Admissions Office.
If you took a class at Washburn in Spring 2005, you do not need to file another Application for Admission. Simply
complete step 2 above.
Enrollment will follow the orientation session for those who have filed the above forms. For specific information about this
program you may call the Washburn Office of Admissions at (785) 231-1030, or talk to your high school guidance counselor.


                                                              7
                                              TUITION AND FEES
                                            BILLING AND PAYMENT
              Advanced registered students who do not plan to attend Washburn during the
        Fall 2005 semester MUST WITHDRAW VIA THE WEB or NOTIFY THE UNIVERSITY
                                           to avoid charges.
Online enrollment will be available beginning in April 2005; however, tuition and fees will not be set by the
Washburn University Board of Regents until July 2005. Therefore, no fee assessment will occur on student
accounts until shortly after that decision is made.
Tuition and fees will be posted on www.washburn.edu/business-office/tuition as soon as they are available.
Current rates for 2004-2005 are posted there for budgeting purposes only, as well as on page 53 of this
schedule.
Additional information about tuition:
    •     Classes added after the initial enrollment will be charged 100% of the tuition rate. (Tuition fees are never prorated.)
    •     Refunds for dropped classes will follow the refund schedule (e.g., class "A" is dropped during the third week of the
          semester and class "B" is added at the same time – the student will pay 100% of tuition for "B", but receive a 60%
          refund for "A").
    •     Resident qualifications are defined in the University catalog.
    •     The tuition charge per credit hour is applicable to all parts of term such as regular semester, evening programs, etc.,
          whether taken for credit or audit.
    •     There are no activity fees for telecourses, off-campus courses, or online courses if those are the only courses a
          student takes.
    •     Any student enrolling in only short-term/out-of-sequence courses must pay his/her tuition in full by the second day of
          class

                                NEW STUDENT ACCOUNT INTERFACE
Beginning with the Fall 2005 semester, a new, user-friendly student account software will be in place that will offer
students more control over their accounts, methods of payment choices, and/or ways that excess financial aid
amounts can be paid to them (direct deposit, mailed check, check to be picked up).
With this new software, students can:
        Print Statements of Account (including course information) from the web.
        Print a Payment Voucher for mailing in payment.
        Set up an installment plan and pay for it online or with more traditional methods.
        Set up an automatic payment from a checking or savings account or credit card.
        Set up a preferred email account to automatically "forward" their MyWashburn email.
        Set up parents or others as authorized users. Those authorized users can then:
            • enter direct deposit information for Parent PLUS loan excess;
            • view the student's financial account;
            • set up automatic payment arrangements or make online payments with credit card or web check, in
                 addition to traditional payment methods; and
            • set up preferred email accounts to receive forwarded messages from MyWashburn about their
                 student's account.
In addition, students will be notified via MyWashburn email any time action occurs on their accounts (e.g. when
charges are assessed, financial aid released, a payment is due, a late charge is assessed). Authorized parents and
others will receive these emails as well.
Students may also request that a printed statement be mailed from the University; however, this printed statement
may not be as complete as that which students can print from their MyWashburn accounts, as charges can change
when classes are added or dropped, financial aid or scholarship processes are completed, or housing costs are
assessed. Information accessed via the web will be the most current available to the student.

                                                                8
                                     PAYMENT OF TUITION AND FEES
                                          (including housing, meals, activity fee)

Tuition and fees are due by the first day of each semester unless payment arrangements are made. The
required amount due by the first day varies according to the number of hours taken:

                   1-2 credit hours - full payment must be made
                   3-5 credit hours - ½ of the total must be paid; the balance may be paid in
                                       one additional payment
                   6 or more hours - ¼ of the total must be paid; the balance may be paid in
                                       three additional payments

Payments may be made in person, by phone (credit card), by mail, or via the web (by web check or credit
card). There is a drop box outside the Business Office (Morgan 205) for in-person, after hours payments.
Students who have sufficient financial aid to pay tuition and fees in full need do nothing about payment;
financial aid will be applied automatically and excess financial aid disbursed to them according to the
student's preferred method of disbursement. However, if a student's financial aid will pay a portion of
tuition and fees, the remainder must be paid or set up on installment payments. Students will be able to set
up an installment plan via the Web. Some type of arrangement must be made by Friday, August 26, 2005.
Financial Aid Priority deadline for academic year 2005-2006 is March 1, 2005. Students should make
sure to submit a FAFSA as close to that date as possible to assure swift processing of financial aid. If a
student's financial aid is delayed because his/her FAFSA was not submitted in a timely manner, the
student may be required to make a down payment to hold classes.
       Last day to pay tuition and fees without a late fee is Friday, August 26, 2005.
Late Fees
After August 26, a single late fee shall be charged according to the number of credits in which you are enrolling.
    Credits                  Late Fee
    0.5 - 3.00               $ 25.00
    3.50 - 6.00              $ 50.00
    6.50 - 9.00              $ 75.00
    9.50 or more             $100.00


Refund Dates - Please Note! (See pages 54 and 55 for University Refund Policy)
Tuition is refundable according to the following schedule. The date used to determine the percentage of refund is
the day the student processes the withdrawal on the Web. The activity fee and any late registration fees are not
refundable. For those students who completely withdraw from classes and have received Title IV funds, please
refer to the refund policy published through the Financial Aid Office to determine the refund percentage.
August 20 - September 2 inclusive .............100%          SHORT TERM CLASSES:
September 3 - 9 inclusive..............................60%   Fees refunded 100% if the student processes the
September 10 - 16 inclusive..........................30%     official withdrawal on the Web prior to the
September 17 - 23 inclusive..........................20%     beginning of the class.
After September 23 .................................. NONE




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                                                          STUDENT ID's
                                All students are required to carry the iCard, Washburn University's ID.
New students may obtain their ID on the main level of the Memorial Union in the Ichabod Service Center. Bring one (1)
form of government issued photo ID, such as your driver's license, passport, or military ID.
Returning Students with the iCard NO LONGER need to stop by the office. Your cards will be automatically, electronically
updated after you have paid your fees.
Special Enrollment Hours:
Monday              August 15           8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.              Monday         August 22      8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday             August 16           8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.              Tuesday        August 23 & 30 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday           August 17           8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.              Wednesday      August 24 & 31 8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Thursday            August 18           8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Friday              August 19           8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Deposit money on your iCard for use on purchases at participating University locations: Dining Services, University Bookstore, Libraries,
Washburn Athletic Department, Washburn Police Department, University Theatre, Vending/Concessions, and the Service Area. The iCard is
your photo ID for University services: Library circulation, use of the pool in Petro Allied Health Center, recreational services in the Student
Recreation and Wellness Center, and attendance at special music, theatre, and athletic events. The iCard also provides the dining service
declining balance account for residence hall students and door access for Living Learning Center/Washburn Village residents.
                                Call the Ichabod Service Center if you have any questions at (785) 231-1188.
                                       Regular business hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                                     *We observe University Holidays*




                                 THE EN 300/200 PLACEMENT EXAM
All students are required to take the EN300/200 Placement Exam. Those whose scores are below the level that indicates the
potential for success in EN300 will be required to enroll in and complete EN200 with a grade of C or better to qualify for
EN300. Students should understand, therefore, that their enrollment in EN300 is conditional upon the satisfactory completion
of the Placement Exam. Scores will be available prior to the first day of class so that students may comfortably rearrange their
schedules if necessary. Please register in the English Department, MO 258. The EN300/200 Placement Exam will be given
on the following dates:
                                 THURSDAY, April 21, 2005, 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m., Henderson 100
                                        Deadline for registration: Monday, April 18
                                  MONDAY, August 8, 2005, 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m., Henderson 100
                                       Deadline for Registration: Thursday, August 4
                 You may web-enroll in EN300 after your Placement exam registration has been completed.
Please Note: Students who do not register for the Placement Exam will not be permitted to enroll in EN300. Students who do
not take the Placement Exam will not be permitted to remain in class. See prerequisite information, including minimum 53
completed credits.
                                                  EN300 ENROLLMENT
                          Education students must enroll in a section with the Teaching Emphasis.
                          Business students should enroll in a section with the Business Emphasis.




Update Your Personal Information on the Web
Students may update their permanent, current, and emergency contact addresses using the Web.

To update your address information and your directory profile:
    1. Log in to MyWashburn (my.washburn.edu).
    2. Select School Services.
    3. Select Self-Service.
    4. Select Personal Information Menu.

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             COURSE LISTING INFORMATION & EXAMPLES
Evening courses are in bold and shaded:
AC 224EA         10249     Financial Accounting.................................................................................................3
   PM            HC8 5:30 - 6:45                         MW ........................................................................ Rohr
                 EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS
On-line courses are italicized:
BI 203VA         11431         Human Impact on Environment...................................................................................3
  On-line                                                                                                                           Scherff
                 This course is part of the general education program.
Weekend courses are shaded:
CJ 385WA         11739            Organized Crime .........................................................................................................3
2/18 – 3/6                        F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00 .................................................................Reynoldson
                                  MO260

HOW TO READ THE COURSE INFORMATION:
Department    Course #            Section            Course Reference #                    Course Title                           Credit Hours
AC            224                 EA                 10249                                 Financial Accounting                   3
              Building            Room               Time                                  Day                                    Instructor
              Henderson           8                  5:30 – 6:45                           Monday & Wednesday                     Rohr
              Prerequisite:
              EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) or MA110, & 24 HOURS
NOTE: Out-of-Sequence or short-term courses are indicated by dates in bold beneath the Department designation.




                                                      IMPORTANT
 The information and classroom assignments in this printed schedule are subject to change after
               press time; therefore, this schedule should be used for reference only.

      THE MOST CURRENT COURSE INFORMATION IS LOCATED ON
                      WASHBURN’S WEB SITE AT
             http://www.washburn.edu/schedule/schedules.html

                                                                        OR

                                                     my.washburn.edu
                               FALL 2005 AVAILABLE COURSE LIST




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                                                                                                     AC 499A        30838 Internship In Accounting...................................... 3
                   ACCOUNTING (AC)                                                                                        ARR                                                 Gorman
                      School of Business – HC114                                                                              CONSENT OF ACCOUNTING FACULTY, 75
AC 224A          30822 Financial Accounting ............................................ 3                                      HOURS, 2.5 GPA
                       HC203 8:00 - 8:50              MWF .......... Cummins                         AC 954GA 30839 Management Accounting Analysis ................... 3
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 & 24                                      PM         HC118 5:30 - 8:15       R ............Cammack
                             HRS                                                                                              BU250, AC920, AND AC921 OR CONSENT,
AC 224B          30823 Financial Accounting ............................................ 3                                      ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
                       HC118 9:00 - 9:50              MWF .. Moellenberndt                           AC 997GA 30841 Research Project - Acc or Tax.............................. 3
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 & 24                                                 ARR                                               STAFF
                             HRS                                                                                              COMPLETION OF CORE REQUIREMENTS OR
AC 224C          30824 Financial Accounting ............................................ 3                                      CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
                       HC118 10:00 - 10:50            MWF .. Moellenberndt
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 & 24

AC 224D
                             HRS
                 30825 Financial Accounting ............................................ 3                          ALLIED HEALTH (AL)
                       MO16 9:30 - 10:45                TR ................. Wasan                            Allied Health Department – BE107
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 & 24                                  General Allied Health
                             HRS
                                                                                                     AL 101A        30650 Introduction to Health Care .................................. 3
AC 224EA 30826 Financial Accounting .......................................... 3
                                                                                                                          BE207 9:00 - 9:50               MWF.............. STAFF
    PM         HC112 5:30 - 6:45              TR ................ Wasan
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 &
                                                                                                     AL 101B        30651 Introduction to Health Care .................................. 3
                             24 HRS                                                                                       BE207 10:00 - 10:50             MWF.............. STAFF
AC 224EB 31372 Financial Accounting .......................................... 3                     AL 101C        30652 Introduction to Health Care .................................. 3
    PM         HC107 5:30 - 6:45             MW .................. Rohr                                                   BE211 2:30 - 3:45                 TR ................ STAFF
                           EN101, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 &                                     AL 101VA       30653 Introduction to Health Care ................................. 3
                             24 HRS                                                                     Online                                                                     STAFF
AC 225A          30827 Managerial Accounting......................................... 3              AL 320VA       30683 Human Disease..................................................... 3
                       CA300 9:00 - 9:50           MWF ............... Wasan                            Online            candy.bahner@washburn.edu                                Bahner
                           AC224, MA116 OR MA110, BU250 OR                                                                    BI250 OR BI255 OR BI275 OR CONCURRENT
                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT & 24 HRS                                                                      ENROLLMENT
AC 225B          30828 Managerial Accounting......................................... 3              AL 360A        30686 Independent Study/Allied Health .................... 1 - 3
                       HC118 11:00 - 11:50         MWF ..........Cammack                                                  ARR                                             STAFF
                           AC224, MA116 OR MA110, BU250 OR                                                                    CONSENT
                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT & 24 HRS                                          AL 366VA 30687 Leg & Reg Iss/Hlth Care Pro ............................... 3
AC 225C          31840 Managerial Accounting......................................... 3                 Online      kelli.benentendi@washburn.edu               Benintendi
                       HC203 8:00 - 9:15             TR .......Clevenger, T                                                   HT MAJORS, JR STATUS OR CONSENT
                           AC224, MA116 OR MA110, BU250 OR                                           AL 375EA 30692 Health Care Policy.............................................. 3
                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT & 24 HRS                                              PM         BE305 5:30 - 8:15                W ................STAFF
AC 225D          31841 Managerial Accounting......................................... 3                                       HT MAJORS, JR STATUS OR CONSENT
                       HC203 11:00 - 12:15           TR .......Clevenger, T                          AL 382VA 30696 CV Monitoring & Scanning.................................. 3
                           AC224, MA116 OR MA110, BU250 OR                                              Online                                                       STAFF
                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT & 24 HRS                                                                   ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL
AC 225EA 30830 Managerial Accounting ...................................... 3                                                   SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM OR AL289
    PM         HC307 7:00 - 8:15          MW .............. Ockree                                   AL 390A        30699 Special Topics/Allied Health................................ 3
                           AC224, MA116 OR MA110, BU250 OR                                                                ARR                                                STAFF
                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT & 24 HRS                                                                   CONSENT
AC 321A          30831 Int Financial Acc I ................................................ 3        AL 400VA 30800 Superv Prac Health Care Prof ............................. 3
                       HC307 9:30 - 10:45                  TR ................ Ockree                   Online                                                       STAFF
                           AC225 & 54 HOURS                                                                                   AL367 OR CONSENT
AC 322EA 30832 Int Financial Acc II............................................. 3                   AL 410VA 30801 Health Info Systems .............................................. 3
    PM         HC203 5:30 - 6:45                TR .. Moellenberndt                                     Online                                                               STAFF
                           AC321 & 54 HOURS                                                                                   AL375 OR CONSENT
AC 325A          30833 Cost Accounting.................................................... 3         AL 415A        31340 Seminar in Health Care ........................................ 3
                       HC118 1:00 - 2:15                 MW ...........Cammack                                            ARR                                                   STAFF
                           AC225, BU250 & 54 HRS OR CONSENT                                                               CONSENT
AC 330EA 30834 Accounting Systems ............................................ 3
    PM         HC307 5:30 - 6:45             MW .............. Ockree                                Diagnostic Medical Sonography
                           AC225, BU250 & 54 HOURS                                                   AL 300VA 31517           Introduction to Ultrasound................................... 2
AC 404A          30835 Independent Study - Accounting .....................1 - 3                     8/15 - 12/16/05          doug.jones@washburn.edu                                Jones
                       ARR                                            STAFF                                Online
                           CONSENT OF DIRECTING FACULTY MEMBER                                       AL 330VA 31523           Ultrasound & CV Phys & Instr ............................ 3
                           PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT                                                       8/15 - 12/16/05          jerry.schroeder@washburn.edu               Schroeder
AC 423A          30836 Federal Income Taxation I.................................... 3                     Online             ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL
                       HC204 8:00 - 8:50          MWF .... Clevenger, N                                                         SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM OR CONSENT
                           AC224 & AC225 (minimum grade of C) & 88 HOURS                             AL 373VA 31524 Gen Sonography Proc I ........................................ 3
                             OR CONSENT                                                              8/15 - 12/16/05 kelley.mcdonald@washburn.edu                   McDonald
AC 424EA 31373 Federal Income Taxation II ............................... 3                                Online    ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL
    PM         HC305 7:00 - 8:15         TR ................Martin                                                                SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM OR CONSENT
                           AC423                                                                     AL 376VA 31465 Gen Sonography Clin I ......................................... 5
AC 425EA 30837 Auditing................................................................ 3            8/15 - 12/31/05 kelley.mcdonald@washburn.edu                    McDonald
    PM         HC204 5:30 - 6:45                      MW .....Clevenger, T                                 Online    ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL
                           AC321, AC322, AC325, & AC330 (minimum grade of                                                         SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM OR CONSENT
                             C) OR CONSENT




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AL 385VA 31467 Cardiac Sonography Clin I................................... 5                 AL 304VB 30669 Therapeutic Radiobiology .................................... 3
8/15 - 12/31/05 doug.jones@washburn.edu                             Jones                        Online                                    M.................. Niesen
      Online    ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL                                                              faye.niesen@washburn.edu
                            SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM                                                                           CONSENT
AL 393VA 31525 Vascular Sonography Proc I................................. 3                  AL 304VC 30671 Therapeutic Radiobiology .................................... 3
8/15 - 12/16/05 doug.jones@washburn.edu                            Jones                         Online                                    M.................. Niesen
      Online    ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL                                                              faye.niesen@washburn.edu
                            SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM                                                                           CONSENT
AL 395VA 31469 Vascular Sonography Clin I ................................. 5                 AL 306VA 30674 Issues in Rad. Therapy I ....................................... 3
8/15 - 12/31/05 kelley.mcdonald@washburn.edu                McDonald                             Online      kris.bowen@washburn.edu                                 Bowen
      Online    ADMISSION TO DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL                                                                          CONSENT
                            SONOGRAPHY PROGRAM                                                AL 307VA 30677 Simulation & Treatment Proc I ............................ 3
Health Information Technology                                                                    Online      12:00 - 1:20               M.................Kratina
AL 141VA 30666 Medical Terminology ............................................ 3                            john.kratina@washburn.edu
   Online      gina.bowman@washburn.edu                            Bowman                                                CONSENT
AL 155VA 30670 Hlth Stats/Hlth Info Tech ...................................... 2             AL 307VB 30680 Simulation & Treatment Proc I ............................ 3
   Online      michelle.shipley@washburn.edu                          Shipley                    Online                                 M.................Kratina
                         AL150                                                                               john.kratina@washburn.edu
AL 157VA 30678 Spec Rec & Reg/Hlth Info Tech ............................ 2                                              CONSENT
   Online      michelle.shipley@washburn.edu                    Shipley                       AL 307VC 30681 Simulation & Treatment Proc I ............................ 3
                         AL150 AND AL366 OR CONCURRENT                                           Online                                 M.................Kratina
                           ENROLLMENT                                                                        john.kratina@washburn.edu
AL 241VA 30685 Dir Prac II/Health Info Tech ................................ 1                                           CONSENT
   Online      2:30 - 4:30                  TR..................... Bure                      Radiologic Technology
               kathy.bure@washburn.edu                                                        AL 120A         30659 Radiogr. Proc. & Pat. Care I................................. 3
                         AL240                                                                                      BE114 1:00 - 2:15           MW............ Croucher
AL 245VA 30688 Health Info Coding I ............................................. 3                                      ADMISSION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
   Online      michelle.shipley@washburn.edu                            Shipley                                            PROGRAM
                         BI255, BI250, AL320 OR CONCURRENT                                    AL 120AA 30673 Procedures Lab I ................................................... 0
                            ENROLLMENT                                                                       BE114 ARR                          MW............ Croucher
AL 260D        30695 HT Independent Study .....................................1 - 3                                     ADMISSION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
                     ARR                                                  Shipley                                          PROGRAM
                         CONSENT                                                              AL 130A         30661 Radiogr. Exposure I.............................................. 3
Physical Therapy Assistant                                                                                          BE114 10:00 - 10:50            MWF..............Roberts
AL 260B        30690 Physical Therapy Independent Study ..............1 - 3                                              ADMISSION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                                           PROGRAM
                     ARR                                            Hupp
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              AL 130AA 30676 Exposure Lab I...................................................... 0
AL 265A        30697 Physical Therapy Proc III ..................................... 4                       BE114 11:00 - 11:50               MWF..............Roberts
                     PC223 8:00 – 8:50            MWF ................. Hupp                  AL 134XA 30663 Radiology Clinical I.............................................. 3
                             9:00 – 9:50          MWF                                                        ARR                                TRF............ Croucher
                                                                                                                         ADMISSION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
                             9:00 – 10:50            T                                                                     PROGRAM
                         AL261
                                                                                              AL 220A         30682 Radiogr. Proc. III .................................................. 2
AL 270XA 30698 Physical Therapy Clinical II ................................. 3
                                                                                                                    BE114 12:00 - 12:50                  TR ............. Croucher
Web CT Assisted ARR                                                 Bahner                                               AL121 OR CONSENT
                candy.bahner@washburn.edu                                                     AL 230A         30684 Radiologic Equipment Operation......................... 2
                         AL264
                                                                                                                    BE114 11:00 - 11:50       TR ............. Croucher
Radiation Therapy                                                                                                        AL131 OR CONSENT
AL 301VA 31460 Clinical Rad. Therapy I......................................... 4             AL 237XA 31473 Radiology Clinical IV........................................... 4
   Online      8:00 - 3:59                  TWRF............... Dodge                         8/15 - 12/16/05 ARR                          MWF..............Roberts
               becky.dodge@washburn.edu                                                       Respiratory Therapy
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              AL 185A         30679 Princ. of Resp. Therapy I...................................... 2
AL 302VA 30704 Radiation Therapy Topics I .................................. 3
                                                                                                                    BE111 12:00 - 1:50            MW............... STAFF
   Online      john.kratina@washburn.edu                          Kratina                                                CONSENT
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              AL 260A         30689 RT Independent Study ..................................... 1 - 3
AL 302VB 30706 Radiation Therapy Topics I .................................. 3
                                                                                                                    ARR                                                   STAFF
   Online      faye.niesen@washburn.edu                            Niesen                                                CONSENT
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              AL 291A         30700 Resp Therapy Topics & Proc I ............................. 5
AL 302VC 30707 Radiation Therapy Topics I .................................. 3
                                                                                                                    BE111 9:30 - 12:00        TR ................ STAFF
   Online      faye.niesen@washburn.edu                            Niesen                                                AL289
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              AL 292A         30701 Resp Therapy Topics & Proc II............................ 3
AL 303VA 30658 Radiation Therapy Physics I................................. 3
                                                                                                                    BE111 1:00 - 2:15         TR ................ STAFF
   Online      10:30 - 11:50                M .................. Dodge                                                   AL289
               becky.dodge@washburn.edu                                                       AL 293XA 30702 RT Clinical Practice 3........................................... 5
                         CONSENT
                                                                                              Web CT Assisted ARR                           MWF.............. STAFF
AL 303VB 30662 Radiation Therapy Physics I................................. 3                                            AL289
   Online                                   M .................. Dodge                        AL 382A         30693 CV Monitoring & Scanning (RT) ........................ 0
               becky.dodge@washburn.edu                                                                             ARR                                          STAFF
                         CONSENT                                                                                         AL289
AL 304VA 30667 Therapeutic Radiobiology..................................... 3
   Online      9:00 - 10:20                  M .................. Niesen
               faye.niesen@washburn.edu
                         CONSENT




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              ANTHROPOLOGY (AN)                                                                                                   ART (AR)
    Sociology & Anthropology Department – HC218                                                                         Art Department – AB101
AN 112A         30813 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 101A   30045 Survey of Art History I......................................... 3
                      HC207 9:00 - 9:50             MWF ..................Field                                        GC118 1:00 - 2:15               TR ................. Janzen
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112B         30814 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 101B   30352 Survey of Art History I......................................... 3
                      HC204 11:00 - 11:50           MWF ..................Field                                        GC118 8:00 - 9:15               TR ................. Janzen
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112C         30815 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 102A   30353 Survey of Art History II..................................... 3
                      HC107 12:00 - 12:50           MWF .............. Savage                              PM          GC118 5:30 - 6:45            TR............... Hartley
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112D         30816 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 103A   30354 Living with Art ..................................................... 3
                      HC104 12:00 - 1:15             MW ............. Otudeko                                          GC118 9:30 - 10:45                   TR ................Knappe
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112E         30817 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 103B   30355 Living with Art ..................................................... 3
                      HC207 2:00 - 3:15              MW ............. Otudeko                                          GC118 11:00 - 12:15                  TR ................Knappe
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112F         30818 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 103C   31159 Living with Art ..................................................... 3
                      HC8 9:30 - 10:45                TR .................. Wood                                       GC118 8:00 - 9:15                    MF.... Martin-Hamon
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112G         31273 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3               AR 105A   30498 Art & Mus: Parallels & Inter. ............................... 3
                      HC8 11:00 - 12:15               TR .................. Wood                                       GC143 8:00 - 8:50          MWF...... Mallett/Barr
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            This course is part of the general education program.
AN 112H         31714 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3                                    Crosslisted w/MU105A
                      HC104 1:00 - 2:15               TR ................STAFF                         AR 120A   30356 Design I B/W ........................................................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       AB118 9:30 - 12:15                   TR ................ STAFF
AN 112I         31274 Cultural Anthropology .......................................... 3                                    This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC107 2:00 - 3:15               TR .............. Otudeko                        AR 120B   31158 Design I B/W ........................................................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       AB118 1:00 - 3:45                    TR ......................Yee
AN 112J         30819 Cultural Anthropology ....................................... 3                                       This course is part of the general education program.
    PM                MO179 5:30 - 8:00             T............. Cavender                            AR 120C   31445 Design I B/W ........................................................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       AB118 1:00 - 3:45                   MW............... STAFF
AN 114A         30820 Introduction to Archaeology................................. 3                                        This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC203 12:00 - 1:15         MW ................. Wood                             AR 120D   30357 Design I B/W ....................................................... 3
AN 207A         30874 Race & Ethnic Group Relations ........................... 3                          PM          AB118 5:30 - 8:15                  MW...............STAFF
                      HC217 11:00 - 12:15         TR ............ Burton, R                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                           AN112 OR SO100                                                              AR 121A   30358 Design II Color ..................................................... 3
                           Crosslisted w/SO207A                                                                        AB118 9:00 - 11:45                  MW............... STAFF
AN 304A         30892 The Family ............................................................ 3                             AR120
                      HC207 12:00 - 1:15                     TR .............. Otudeko                 AR 140A   30359 Drawing I .............................................................. 3
                           AN112 OR AN114                                                                              AB202 1:00 - 3:45                      MW...............Navone
                           Crosslisted w/SO304A                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
AN 318A         31635 North American Archaeology............................ 3                         AR 140B   30360 Drawing I .............................................................. 3
    PM                HC8 5:30 - 8:00         M ...................Wood                                                AB202 9:00 - 11:45                     MW............... STAFF
                           AN112 OR AN114 OR CONSENT                                                                        This course is part of the general education program.
AN 321A         31636 Anthropology of Women ...................................... 3                   AR 140C   31160 Drawing I .............................................................. 3
                      HC208 1:00 - 2:15           TR ....................Field                                         AB202 9:30 - 12:15                      TR ............... Almond
                           AN112 OR CONSENT                                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
AN 326VA 31638 Aging and Society ................................................. 3                   AR 140D   30361 Drawing I............................................................. 3
   Online                                                            Burton, A                             PM          AB202 7:00 - 9:45                     TR............... Hartley
                           SO100 OR CONSENT                                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                           Crosslisted w/SO326VA                                                       AR 219A   30369 Introduction to Printmaking ................................. 3
AN 337A         31639 Creativity&Soc: AN & The Arts .......................... 3                                       AB212 1:00 - 3:45            TR ............... Almond
                      HC107 1:00 - 2:15        MW .......... Field/Paul                                                     AR120 & AR140
                           AN112 OR CONSENT                                                            AR 220A   30371 Photography I........................................................ 3
                           Crosslisted w/SO300A
                                                                                                                       AB216 9:30 - 12:15                   TR ...............Wanless
AN 361A         30909 Supervised Study .............................................1 - 3
                                                                                                       AR 220B   30372 Photography I ..................................................... 3
                      ARR                                                   Zelkovitz
                                                                                                           PM          AB216 7:00 - 9:45                   MW............. Wanless
                           MAJORS ONLY, JR OR SR STANDING AND
                             CONSENT                                                                   AR 223A   30499 Intro to Comp. Graphic Design ............................ 3
AN 362A         30821 Methods of Social Research ................................. 3                                   AB211 9:00 - 11:45                  MW...............Sharafy
                                                                                                                            AR120 OR CONSENT
                      HC210 12:00 - 1:15         MW ............. Childers
                           MAJORS ONLY & 15 HOURS OF ANTHROPOLOGY                                      AR 223B   30500 Intro to Comp. Graphic Design......................... 3
                              OR CONSENT                                                                   PM          AB211 5:30 - 8:15        TR.................. Zoble
                           Crosslisted w/SO362A                                                                             AR120 OR CONSENT
AN 363A         30912 Internship .........................................................1 - 3        AR 229A   30501 Web Graphics I ................................................... 3
                      ARR                                                         Zelkovitz                PM          CA108 5:30 – 6:45                MW... Yoho/Marchant
                           MAJORS ONLY, SR STANDING AND CONSENT                                                             CM101 OR CONSENT
                                                                                                                            Crosslisted w/CM229A
                                                                                                       AR 231A   31528 Basic Digital Photography.................................... 3
                                                                                                                       AB216 9:00 - 2:30              F ................. STAFF
                                                                                                                            AR220
                                                                                                       AR 240A   30072 Painting I............................................................... 3
                                                                                                                       AB205 9:00 - 11:45                      MW...............Navone
                                                                                                                            AR121, AR140 AND AR141

                                                                                                  14
AR 242A   31526 Watercolor ........................................................... 3
    PM          AB112 5:30 - 8:15                    MW .............. STAFF                                     ASTRONOMY (AS)
                     AR140 OR CONSENT                                                                   Physics & Astronomy Department – ST108
AR 243A   30373 Figure Drawing ..................................................... 3            AS 101A     30052 Intro to Astronomy/Cosmology............................ 3
                AB202 1:00 - 3:45                   TR ............... Navone                                       ST101 9:30 - 10:45        TR ................ STAFF
                     AR140, AR141                                                                                       This course is part of the general education program.
AR 260A   30374 Ceramics I ............................................................. 3        AS 102A     30054 Intro to Astmy-Solar System ............................. 3
                AB120 1:00 - 3:45                      MW ................ Taylor                     PM            ST101 7:00 - 8:15         MW...............STAFF
AR 260B   30375 Ceramics I ............................................................ 3                               This course is part of the general education program.
    PM          AB120 7:00 - 9:45                       TR ..................... Yee              AS 201A     30385 Intro to Astro Photography................................... 1
AR 265A   30376 Stained & Kiln-formed Glass ............................... 3                                       ARR                                              Camarda
                AB112 1:00 - 3:45                       TR ................Hughes                                       CONSENT
                     AR121
AR 291A   30377 Art Therapy ......................................................... 3
    PM          GC118 7:00 - 9:45                      T................... Roach
                PY100                                                                                                  BIOLOGY (BI)
AR 305A   31529 Baroque Art........................................................... 3                         Biology Department – ST201
                GC118 2:30 - 3:45                     TR ................. Janzen                 BI   100A   30145 Intro to Biology - Gen Ed ..................................... 3
AR 307A   31530 Art Since 1945 ...................................................... 3                             ST103 9:00 - 9:50            MWF.......... Sandquist
                GC118 1:00 - 3:45                      W .................. Janzen                                      This course is part of the general education program.
                     This course is part of the general education program.                        BI   100B   30157 Intro to Biology - Health ...................................... 3
AR 312A   30378 Research in Art History ........................................ 3                                  ST303 9:00 - 9:50             MWF.............. STAFF
                ARR                                                    Janzen                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                     MAJOR OR MINOR ART HISTORY OR CONSENT                                        BI   100C   30159 Intro to Biology - Gen Ed ..................................... 3
AR 321A   30379 Digital Imaging I ................................................. 3                               ST112 10:00 - 10:50          MWF.......... Sandquist
    PM          AB211 5:30 - 8:15                 MW ................ House                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR120 & AR223                                                                BI   100D   31184 Intro to Biology - Health ...................................... 3
AR 326A   30380 2 & 3-D Digital Animation................................... 3                                      ST15 10:00 - 10:50            MWF.............. STAFF
                AB211 1:00 - 3:45          MW .............. Sharafy                                                    This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR223                                                                        BI   100E   30161 Intro to Biology - Gen Ed ..................................... 3
AR 329A   30382 Workshop In Printmaking................................3 - 6                                        ST103 11:00 - 11:50          MWF................Jander
                ARR                                              Almond                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                     TWO PRINTMAKING COURSES AND CONSENT                                          BI   100F   30163 Intro to Biology -Health ....................................... 3
AR 330A   31532 Expressive Video .................................................. 3                               CA200 11:00 - 11:50           MWF.............. STAFF
                AB211 9:30 - 12:15                 TR ............... Sharafy                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR120, AR220                                                                 BI   100G   30164 Intro to Biology - Health ...................................... 3
AR 342A   31527 Watercolor ........................................................... 3                            MO158 1:00 - 1:50             MWF.............. STAFF
    PM          AB112 5:30 - 8:15                    MW .............. STAFF                                            This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR242 OR CONSENT
                                                                                                  BI   100H   30166 Intro to Biology - Health ...................................... 3
AR 343A   30383 Figure Drawing ..................................................... 3
                                                                                                                    ST200 9:30 - 10:45              TR ................ STAFF
                AB202 1:00 - 3:45                   TR ............... Navone                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR141
                                                                                                  BI   100I   30168 Intro to Biology - Health .................................... 3
AR 344A   30384 Wkshp in Drawing & Painting ........................3 - 6
                                                                                                        PM          ST112 5:30 - 6:45            MW................Taylor
                ARR                                            Navone                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR339 AND CONSENT
                                                                                                  BI   101A   30170 Introductory Biology Lab ..................................... 2
AR 362A   30390 Workshop In Ceramics ....................................3 - 6
                                                                                                                    ST205 2:00 - 4:50              M................. STAFF
                AB120 9:00 - 11:45             T................... Taylor                                              BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                     AR360 AND CONSENT
                                                                                                                        This course is part of the general education program.
AR 364A   31533 Advanced Sculpture Wood ................................ 3                        BI   101B   30174 Introductory Biology Lab ..................................... 2
    PM          AB125 7:00 - 9:45      MW ................ Hager                                                    ST205 9:00 - 11:50              T ................... Lester
                     AR262
                                                                                                                        BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
AR 365A   30392 Stained & Kiln-formed Glass ............................... 3                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                AB112 1:00 - 3:45          TR ................Hughes                              BI   101C   30551 Introductory Biology Lab ..................................... 2
                     AR121
                                                                                                                    ST205 2:00 - 4:50               T ................... Lester
AR 381A   31560 Craft Techniques ................................................... 3                                  BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                AB125 1:00 - 3:45                   TR ................. Lasley                                         This course is part of the general education program.
                     AR120, AR121
                                                                                                  BI   101D   31199 Introductory Biology Lab ..................................... 2
                     Crosslisted w/ED381A
                                                                                                                    ST205 9:00 - 11:50             W................. STAFF
AR 391A   30393 Art Therapy ......................................................... 3
                                                                                                                        BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
    PM          GC118 7:00 - 9:45                     T................... Roach                                        This course is part of the general education program.
                PY100                                                                             BI   101E   31382 Introductory Biology Lab .................................. 2
AR 399A   31531 Documentary Photo .............................................. 3                      PM          ST205 5:30 - 8:20           M........... Scheopner
                AB216 1:00 - 3:45                   MW ............. Wanless                                            BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                     AR220                                                                                              This course is part of the general education program.
AR 399B   31536 Women & Popular Culture ................................... 3                     BI   101F   30555 Introductory Biology Lab .................................. 2
                GC231 1:30 - 4:00           T................ Sullivan                                  PM          ST205 5:30 - 8:20            T .................Skelsey
                     Crosslisted w/IS375A, SO300B, TH399B                                                               BI100 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
AR 400A   30394 Senior Exhibition .................................................. 1                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                ARR                                                         Taylor                BI   102A   30775 General Cellular Biology...................................... 5
                     BFA SR STATUS, BA WITH DEPT APPROVAL                                                           ST101 8:00 - 8:50          MTWF ..........Mullican
AR 401A   30395 Internship .........................................................1 - 3                               This course is part of the general education program.
                ARR                                                            Sharafy            BI   102B   30776 General Cellular Biology...................................... 5
                     MAJORS ONLY, JR OR SR STANDING AND                                                             TBA 1:00 - 1:50            MTWF ..................Ash
                       CONSENT                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.


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BI   102CC 30777 General Cellular Biology-Lab .............................. 0                   BI   280A      30205 KS Amphib, Turtles & Reptiles ........................ 3
                 ST205 8:00 - 10:50          R....................... Ash                              PM             ST116 5:30 - 8:30       M................. Collins
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  ONE OR MORE GENERAL BIOLOGY COURSE
BI   102DD 30778 General Cellular Biology-Lab .............................. 0                   BI   301A      30207 General Microbiology .......................................... 4
                 ST205 1:00 - 3:50           R................... Jander                                              ST200 10:00 - 10:50          MWF...................Cole
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  BI102 AND CH151
BI   102EE 31204 General Cellular Biology-Lab ........................... 0                      BI   301AA 30211 General Microbiology-Lab................................... 0
      PM         ST205 5:30 - 8:20          R ............. Mullican                                              ST212 2:00 - 4:50            R ......................Cole
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   105A     30116 General Botany .....................................................4        BI   303A      31646 Invertebrate Zoology ............................................ 4
                    ST101 11:00 - 11:50               MWF ........... Landrum                                         ST15 10:30 - 11:45               TR ................ McCoy
                        BI102                                                                                              BI110
BI   105AA 30781 General Botany-Lab.............................................. 0              BI   303AA 31647 Invertebrate Zoology-Lab..................................... 0
                 ST116 10:00 - 12:50              R............... Landrum                                        ST15 2:00 - 4:50              W................. McCoy
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   110A     30782 General Zoology ................................................... 4        BI   310A      30214 Ecology ................................................................. 4
                    ST15 1:00 - 1:50                 MWF ................. Boyd                                       ST200 2:00 - 3:15                       MW.............Landrum
                        BI102                                                                                              BI105, BI110
BI   110AA 30783 General Zoology-Lab............................................ 0               BI   310AA 30215 Ecology-Lab ......................................................... 0
                 ST15 2:00 - 4:50                T..................... Boyd                                      ST116 2:00 - 4:50                      T ...............Landrum
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   202A     30113 Biology of Behavior.............................................. 3          BI   330A      31643 Animal Physiology ............................................... 4
                    ST200 1:00 - 2:15                TR .................. Boyer                                      ST200 1:00 - 1:50              MWF..............Wagner
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                              BI110 AND CH152
BI   202B     30134 Biology of Behavior............................................. 3           BI   330AA 31659 Animal Physiology-Lab........................................ 0
      PM            ST112 5:30 - 6:45               TR ..................Boyer                                    ST211 2:00 - 4:50              R .................Wagner
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                              Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   203VA 31296 Human Impact on Environment............................ 3                       BI   333A      30784 General Genetics................................................... 4
     Online                                                    Scherff                                                ST200 11:00 - 11:50              MWF............Mullican
                        This course is part of the general education program                                               BI102
BI   204A     30138 Introductory Microbiology ................................... 3              BI   333AA 30785 General Genetics-Lab ........................................... 0
                    CA300 11:00 - 11:50        MWF ................... Ash                                        ST208 9:00 - 11:50                T ...............Mullican
                        BI100, BI101 OR BI102                                                                              Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   204B     31201 Introductory Microbiology ................................ 3                 BI   353A      31855 Molecular Genetics............................................... 3
      PM            ST15 5:30 - 6:45         MW .............. STAFF                                                  ST200 5:00 – 6:15                TR ..............Mullican
                        BI100, BI101 OR BI102                                                                              BI102 and BI301
BI   205A     30139 Intro Microbiology Lab......................................... 1            BI   357A      31641 Histology............................................................... 4
                    ST212 9:00 - 10:50              T...................... Cole                                      ST112 2:00 - 2:50                      MW............... STAFF
                        BI204 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                                     BI110
BI   205B     30140 Intro Microbiology Lab......................................... 1            BI   357AA 31642 Histology-Lab ....................................................... 0
                    ST212 11:00 - 12:50             T...................... Cole                                  ST208 3:00 - 4:50                   MW............... STAFF
                        BI204 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                                     Concurrent enrollment in lecture.
BI   205C     31203 Intro Microbiology Lab...................................... 1               BI   370A      31640 Virology ................................................................ 3
      PM            ST212 5:30 - 7:20            T................. STAFF                                             ST112 8:00 - 8:50                      MWF....................Ash
                        BI204 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                                     BI102, BI301
BI   250A     31220 Intro to Human Anatomy ...................................... 3              BI   390A      30788 Biology Seminar ................................................... 1
                    ST209 9:00 - 9:50          MWF ............... Jander                                             ST200 12:00 - 12:50                 W......................Cole
                        BI100 OR BI102                                                                                     JR STANDING AND 15 HRS OF BIOLOGY
BI   250B     30141 Intro to Human Anatomy ...................................... 3              BI   395A      30988 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
                    ST209 10:00 - 10:50        MWF ..............STAFF                                                ARR                                                          Ash
                        BI100 OR BI102                                                                                     15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   255A     30142 Human Physiology................................................ 4           BI   395B      31660 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
                    ST101 9:00 - 9:50             MWF ............. Wagner                                            ARR                                                        Boyd
                        BI100, BI101 OR BI102                                                                              15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   255B     30194 Human Physiology .............................................. 4            BI   395C      31661 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
      PM            ST200 5:30 - 6:45             MW .............. STAFF                                             ARR                                                      Jander
                        BI100, BI101 OR BI102                                                                              15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   255CC 30192 Human Physiology-Lab ........................................ 0                 BI   395D      31662 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
                 ST211 9:00 - 11:50            T................... Jander                                            ARR                                                  Landrum
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   255DD 30193 Human Physiology-Lab ........................................ 0                 BI   395E      31663 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
                 ST211 2:00 - 4:50             T..................STAFF                                               ARR                                                  Mullican
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   255EE 30195 Human Physiology-Lab...................................... 0                    BI   395F      31664 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
      PM         ST211 5:30 - 8:20          T................. STAFF                                                  ARR                                                    Wagner
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.                                                                  15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   275A     30201 Human Anatomy ................................................... 4          BI   395G      31665 Research in Biology......................................... 1 - 3
                    ST209 9:00 - 9:50                TR ................STAFF                                         ARR                                                     STAFF
                        BI100, BI101 OR BI102                                                                              15 HRS OF CORE BIOLOGY COURSES
BI   275AA 30203 Human Anatomy-Lab ........................................... 0
                 ST209 10:00 - 11:50          TR ................STAFF
                        Concurrent enrollment in lecture.




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                                                                                                     BU 342A        30861 Organization & Management ............................... 3
                        BANKING (BK)                                                                                      HC118 9:30 - 10:45       TR ....................Juma
    Office, Legal & Technology Department – BE311                                                                             EC200, EC201, 2 FROM AN112, PY100, SO100, 2.0
BK 106EA 31747 Commercial Lending ............................................ 2                                                GPA, 54 HRS
    PM         HC118 7:00 - 9:00                    W ............. Hoytal Sr                        BU 342B        30862 Organization & Management ............................... 3
BK 110EA 31749 Law & Banking Principles.................................... 2                                             HC304 11:00 - 12:15      TR ........ Crumpacker
    PM         BE207 7:00 - 9:00                    M ................ Thomas                                                 EC200, EC201, 2 FROM AN112, PY100, SO100, 2.0
                                                                                                                                GPA, 54 HRS
BK 290EA 30877 Personal Finance ................................................... 2
                                                                                                     BU 342EA 30863 Organization & Management............................ 3
    PM         BE301 7:00 - 9:00                    T............Braunsdorf
                                                                                                         PM         HC8 5:30 - 6:45        TR............Taddiken
                                                                                                                              EC200, EC201, 2 FROM AN112, PY100, SO100, 2.0
                                                                                                                                GPA, 54 HRS
                        BUSINESS (BU)                                                                BU 342VA 31844 Organization & Management............................... 3
                                                                                                        Online                                             Crumpacker
                     School of Business – HC114                                                                               EC200, EC201, 2 FROM AN112, PY100, SO100, 2.0
BU 101A         30844 Intro to Business ................................................... 3                                   GPA, 54 HRS
                      MO179 1:00 - 2:15                   MW ................ Martin                 BU 345A        30864 Human Resources Management ........................... 3
BU 101B         30845 Intro to Business ................................................... 3                             HC104 9:00 - 9:50      MWF............Cameron
                      HC112 9:30 - 10:45                   TR ............... Haskins                                         EC200, EC201 & 54 HRS
BU 101C         30846 Intro to Business ................................................... 3        BU 345VA 30865 Human Resources Management........................... 3
                      HC104 10:00 - 10:50                MWF ........... Cameron                        Online                                                     Stark
BU 115A         30847 Entrepreneurship & Entrepreneu .......................... 3                                             EC200, EC201 & 54 HRS
                      HC103 8:00 - 9:15                    TR ............LeJuerrne                  BU 346A        30866 Organizational Behavior....................................... 3
BU 250A         30848 Mgmt Info Systems............................................... 3                                  HC6 10:00 - 10:50           MWF..................Stark
                      HC108 8:00 - 9:15                     T......................Reed                                       PY100 OR SO100 & 54 HOURS
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                              BU 346EA 30867 Organizational Behavior.................................... 3
                             (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                            PM         HC107 7:00 - 8:15         MW..................Stark
BU 250B         30849 Mgmt Info Systems............................................... 3                                      PY100 OR SO100 & 54 HOURS
                      HC108 9:30 - 10:45               T....................Leyell                   BU 347A        30870 Prod & Oper Mgmt............................................... 3
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                                                   HC103 8:00 - 8:50            MWF................ Roach
                             (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                                                 BU250, BU342, EC211 (OR MA434), AC225, MA141,
BU 250C         30850 Mgmt Info Systems............................................... 3                                        2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS
                      HC108 1:00 - 2:15                W ................Schmidt                     BU 347B        30872 Prod & Oper Mgmt............................................... 3
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                                                   HC103 9:00 - 9:50            MWF................ Roach
                             (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                                                 BU250, BU342, EC211 (OR MA434), AC225, MA141,
BU 250D         30851 Mgmt Info Systems............................................... 3                                        2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS
                      HC108 12:30 - 1:45               R......................Reed                   BU 347EA 30873 Prod & Oper Mgmt ............................................ 3
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                                  PM         HC204 5:30 - 6:45            TR..................Leyell
                             (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                                                 BU250, BU342, EC211 (OR MA434), AC225, MA141,
BU 250E         31842 Mgmt Info Systems............................................... 3                                        2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS
                      HC108 9:30 - 10:45               R....................Leyell                   BU 355A        30875 International Business .......................................... 3
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                                                   HC6 9:00 - 9:50                MWF.................... Eck
                             (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                                                 AC225 OR BU101, EC200, EC201 & 54 HRS
BU 250EA 30852 Mgmt Info Systems ............................................. 3                     BU 355EA 31845 International Business........................................ 3
    PM         HC108 7:00 - 8:15               T..............VonFeldt                                   PM         HC103 5:30 - 6:45             TR......................Eck
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                                                       AC225 OR BU101, EC200, EC201 & 54 HRS
                           (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                          BU 360A        30876 Principles of Marketing ........................................ 3
BU 250EB 30853 Mgmt Info Systems ............................................. 3                                          HC304 8:00 - 9:15               TR ............ McGinnis
    PM         HC108 7:00 - 8:15               R .............VonFeldt                                                        EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS
                           CM101, EN101 OR EN102, MA116                                              BU 360B        30878 Principles of Marketing ........................................ 3
                           (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110, & 24 HRS                                                               MO137 9:00 - 9:50             MWF....................Gao
BU 260A         30854 Bus Startups & Ent................................................ 3                                    EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS
                      BE305 9:30 - 10:45                TR ................... Streit                BU 360C        31846 Principles of Marketing ........................................ 3
BU 302A         30855 Business Communications.................................... 3                                       HC103 11:00 - 11:50           MWF............. Wunder
                      MO175 12:00 - 1:15               MW ............ Cameron                                                EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS
                           EN101 OR EN140 (min grade of C), CM101 OR                                 BU 360EA 30880 Principles of Marketing ..................................... 3
                             EQUIVALENT, CN150 OR CN241 OR                                               PM         HC103 5:30 - 6:45           MW.................... Gao
                             EQUIVALENT                                                                                       EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS
BU 302EA 30856 Business Communications.................................. 3                           BU 360VA 30881 Principles of Marketing ........................................ 3
    PM         HC217 5:30 - 6:45       MW ...........Cameron                                            Online                                                            Wunder
                           EN101 OR EN140 (min grade of C), CM101 OR                                                          EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS
                             EQUIVALENT, CN150 OR CN241 OR                                           BU 362A        30884 Marketing Research.............................................. 3
                             EQUIVALENT                                                                                   MO137 11:00 - 11:50           MWF....................Gao
BU 305A         31843 Contemp Information Systems ............................. 3                                             BU360 AND EC211 (OR MA343)
                      HC203 4:00 - 5:15        MW .............Boncella                              BU 362EA 31847 Marketing Research ........................................... 3
                           BU250, AC225, & 54 HRS                                                        PM         HC303 7:00 - 8:15             TR.............. Wunder
BU 315A         30858 Legal Env of Business .......................................... 3                                      BU360 AND EC211 (OR MA343)
                      HC304 10:00 - 10:50           MWF .... Clevenger, N                            BU 364A        30887 Consumer Behavior .............................................. 3
                           EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS                                                               HC304 9:30 - 10:45              TR ............ McGinnis
BU 315B         31374 Legal Env of Business .......................................... 3                                      BU360
                      HC304 11:00 - 11:50           MWF .... Clevenger, N                            BU 374A        30888 Princ of Risk & Insurance .................................... 3
                           EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS                                                               HC208 11:00 - 11:50         MWF.................... Eck
BU 315EA 30860 Legal Env of Business ......................................... 3                                              54 HOURS
    PM         HC6 5:30 - 6:45                TR ............... STAFF
                           EC200, EC201, 2.0 GPA AND 54 HRS



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BU 381A         30889 Business Finance................................................... 3        BU 952GA 30921 Human Resources ............................................... 3
                      HC308 9:00 - 9:50                MWF ............... Martin                      PM         HC104 5:30 - 8:15               W ...... Crumpacker
                          AC225, EC211 (OR MA343 OR MA140 & MA145),                                                          BU929 OR CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA
                            MA141, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS                                                                            PROGRAM
BU 381B         30890 Business Finance................................................... 3        BU 953GA 31849 Product Systems.................................................. 3
                      HC308 10:00 - 10:50              MWF ............... Martin                      PM         HC104 5:30 - 8:15                 M.................. Roach
                          AC225, EC211 (OR MA343 OR MA140 & MA145),                                                          BU923, BU927, BU928; BU922 RECOMMENDED,
                            MA141, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS                                                                            ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
BU 381EA 30891 Business Finance ................................................. 3                AC 954GA 30839 Management Accounting Analysis ................... 3
    PM         HC103 7:00 - 8:15                 TR ..................... Eck                          PM         HC118 5:30 - 8:15       R ............Cammack
                          AC225, EC211 (OR MA343 OR MA140 & MA145),                                                          BU250, AC920, AND AC921 OR CONSENT,
                            MA141, 2.0 GPA & 54 HRS                                                                            ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
BU 404A         30894 Independent Study - Business..........................1 - 3                  BU 955GA 30922 Financial Strategies ............................................ 3
                      ARR                                              STAFF                           PM         HC208 5:30 - 8:15                  T ..............Weigand
                          CONSENT PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT                                                                        BU922, BU923, BU926. ADMISSION TO MBA
BU 405A         30896 Honors Research - Business ............................2 - 4                                             PROGRAM
                      ARR                                               STAFF                      BU 956GA 30923 Computer-Based Info Syst................................. 3
                          88 HOURS & CONSENT PRIOR TO ENROLLMENT                                       PM         HC203 5:30 - 8:15         M...............Boncella
BU 416A         30914 Commercial Transactions ..................................... 3                                        BU250, BU922, & BU923 OR CONSENT,
                      HC305 8:00 - 9:15            TR ........... Blumreich                                                    ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
                          BU315                                                                    BU 957GA 30924 Strategic Marketing Management .................... 3
BU 449A         30897 Strategic Management .......................................... 3                PM         HC203 5:30 - 8:15        W ........... McGinnis
                      HC303 11:00 - 12:15            TR ................... Juma                                             AC921 AND BU927, ADMISSION TO MBA
                          BU342, BU360, BU381, 2.0 GPA, 88 HRS &                                                               PROGRAM
                            ADMISSION TO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS                                        BU 959GA 30925 Strategic Analysis ............................................... 3
BU 449EA 30899 Strategic Management........................................ 3                          PM         HC217 5:30 - 8:15                   T ...................Stoica
    PM         HC217 7:00 - 8:15          MW ................. Juma                                                          BU955, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
                          BU342, BU360, BU381, 2.0 GPA, 88 HRS &                                   EC 972GA 31375 Managerial Economics ....................................... 3
                            ADMISSION TO SCHOOL OF BUSINESS                                            PM         HC304 5:30 - 8:15            R .............Nizovtsev
BU 466A         31034 International Marketing ........................................ 3                                     EC925 OR CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA
                      HC107 11:00 - 12:15             TR ..................Stoica                                              PROGRAM
                          BU360 OR BU355                                                           BU 979GA 31850 Investments.......................................................... 3
BU 471A         30900 Marketing Management ........................................ 3                  PM         MO175 5:30 - 8:15                     M..............Weigand
                      HC217 4:00 - 5:15            TR ..................Stoica                                               COMPLETION OF CORE REQUIREMENTS OR
                          BU360 AND 88 HOURS                                                                                   CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
BU 473EA 31848 Marketing Channels ........................................... 3                    BU 996GA 30926 Research Project in Business........................... 1 - 3
    PM         HC308 7:00 - 8:15            MW ................ Revell                                            ARR                                                STAFF
                          BU360                                                                                              CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
BU 483EA 31035 Investments .......................................................... 3            AC 997GA 30841 Research Project - Acc or Tax.............................. 3
    PM         HC104 7:00 - 8:15                     TR ................. Baker                                   ARR                                               STAFF
                          BU381 AND 54 HOURS OR CONSENT                                                                      COMPLETION OF CORE REQUIREMENTS OR
BU 488A         30915 Financial Management.......................................... 3                                         CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM
                      HC303 12:00 - 1:15           MW ................. Baker
                          BU381
BU 499A         30916 Internship in Business ......................................1 - 3
                      ARR                                                    Gorman
                                                                                                                       CHEMISTRY (CH)
                          CONSENT OF MAJOR AREA FACULTY, 2.5 GPA, 88                                                Chemistry Department – ST302
                            HOURS                                                                  CH 101A         30032 Chemistry in Context............................................ 3
                                                                                                                         ST300 9:00 - 9:50             MWF................ Salem
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                   CH 101B         30033 Chemistry in Context............................................ 3
               BUSINESS GRADUATE                                                                                         ST300 1:00 - 2:15               TR ..................Cohen
                   (AC)(BU)(EC)                                                                    CH 101C
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                   30046 Chemistry in Context ......................................... 3
                     School of Business – HC114                                                        PM                ST300 5:30 - 8:10               T ............. Davidson
Graduate                                                                                                                     This course is part of the general education program.
Core level graduate courses                                                                        CH 101EV 30047 World of Chemistry .............................................. 3
BU 922GA 30917 Quantitative Methods I ...................................... 3                                    ST101 8:00 - 9:59                  S ..............Davidson
      PM              HC206 5:30 - 8:15      W...............Schmidt                                                         This course is part of the general education program.
                          MA116 OR EQUIVALENT, ADMISSION TO MBA                                    CH 103A         30050 Intro Forensic Chemistry...................................... 3
                           PROGRAM                                                                                       ST303 11:00 - 11:50         MWF................ Salem
BU 923GA 30918 Quantitative Methods II ..................................... 3                                               This course is part of the general education program.
    PM         HC210 5:30 - 8:15             W............ Kerchner                                CH 103B         30051 Intro Forensic Chemistry...................................... 3
                          BU922, ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM                                                                ST300 9:30 - 10:45            TR .................. Salem
EC 925GA 30948 Economic Environment ...................................... 3                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
    PM         HC118 5:30 - 8:15           T....................... Ball                           CH 121A         30055 General, Organic & Bio Chem ............................. 5
                          ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM                                                                       ST101 1:00 - 1:50        MWF................ Angel
BU 928GA 30919 Prod & Oper Systems............................................ 3                                             MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 CONCURRENT
               HC206 9:00 - 11:45               S...................Nelson                                                     ENROLLMENT
                          BU923, BU922 RECOMMENDED OR CONSENT,                                                               This course is part of the general education program.
                            ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM                                               CH 121AL 30056 General, Organic & BioChem Lab....................... 0
Upper level graduate courses                                                                                      ST303 2:00 – 2:50         R ................. STAFF
BU 951GA 30920 Legal & Ethical Issues ........................................ 3                                  ST308 2:50 - 4:59
     PM               HC107 5:30 - 8:15        R ............. Newbery                                                       MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 CONCURRENT
                          ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM                                                                             ENROLLMENT
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.

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CH 121AR 31736 Gen, Org, & BioChem Recitation......................... 0                  CH 151FR 31701 Fund of Chem I Recitation ................................... 0
               ST303 4:00 - 4:50         M ................... Angel                                     ST300 2:30 - 3:20              T ................Schmidt
                        MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 CONCURRENT                                                          MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                          ENROLLMENT                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                        This course is part of the general education program.             CH 320A        31263 Analytical Chemistry............................................ 3
CH 121BL 30363 General, Organic & BioChem Lab ................... 0                                            ST303 10:00 - 10:50           MWF.............. STAFF
    PM         ST303 5:30 - 6:20        R ................ STAFF                                                    CH152
               ST308 6:20 – 8:29                                                          CH 321A        31262 Analytical Chemistry Lab..................................... 1
                        MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 CONCURRENT                                                     ST303 2:00 – 2:50             W................. STAFF
                          ENROLLMENT                                                                           ST308 2:50 - 4:59
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                       CH320 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
CH 121BR 30062 Gen, Org, & BioChem Recitation......................... 0                  CH 340A        30119 Organic Chemistry I ............................................. 3
               ST303 12:00 - 12:50        T.................... Angel                                          ST101 10:00 - 10:50            MWF................ Leung
                        MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 CONCURRENT                                                          CH152
                          ENROLLMENT                                                      CH 342A        30120 Organic Chemistry I LabLecture.......................... 2
                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                               ST101 12:00 - 12:50         R ................... Leung
CH 151A        30070 Fundamentals of Chemistry I................................ 5                                  CH340 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                     ST103 8:00 - 8:50        MWF .............Schmidt                    CH 342AL 30121 Organic Chemistry I Lab ...................................... 0
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                                                                                                         ST311 2:00 - 4:59              M................... Leung
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                       CH340 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
CH 151AL 30074 Fundamentals of Chem. I Lab............................... 0               CH 342BL 30122 Organic Chemistry I Lab ...................................... 0
               ST303 2:00 – 2:50          M .................STAFF                                       ST311 9:00 - 11:59              T ................... Leung
               ST306 2:50 - 4:59                                                                                    CH340 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    CH 342CL 31291 Organic Chemistry I Lab ..................................... 0
                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                         ST311 2:00 - 4:59             W................... Leung
CH 151AR 30078 Fund. of Chem. I Recitation.................................. 0                                      CH340 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
               ST300 12:00 - 12:50           M ................Schmidt                    CH 345A        31703 Inorganic Chemistry Lab ...................................... 1
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                                                                                                               ST308 9:00 - 11:59              R ................Schmidt
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                       CH342
CH 151B        31696 Fundamentals of Chemistry I................................ 5        CH 350A        30029 Biochemistry I ...................................................... 3
                     ST103 10:00 - 10:50      MWF .............Schmidt                                         ST300 11:00 - 11:50                MWF............... Barton
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                              CH340
                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                          CH 351A        30048 Biochemistry Lab Lecture .................................... 2
CH 151BL 30075 Fundamentals of Chem. I Lab........................... 0                                        ST303 1:00 - 1:59              T .................. Barton
    PM         ST303 5:30 – 6:20        M ................ STAFF                                                    CH342, CH350 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
               ST306 6:20 - 8:29                                                                                      OR CONSENT
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    CH 351AL 30049 Biochemistry Lab ................................................. 0
                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                         ST311 2:00 - 4:59                   T .................. Barton
CH 151BR 30117 Fund. of Chem. I Recitation.................................. 0                                      CH 342,CH350 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
               ST300 1:00 - 1:50             M ................Schmidt                                                OF CONSENT
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    CH 381A        31702 Physical Chemistry I............................................. 3
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                  ST300 10:00 - 10:50            MWF................ Angel
CH 151CL 30077 Fundamentals of Chem. I Lab............................... 0                                         CH152, PS282 (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED) OR
               ST303 9:00 – 9:50          T..................STAFF                                                    PS262 AND MA152 OR CONCURRENT
               ST306 9:50 - 11:59                                                                                     ENROLLMENT
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    CH 390A        30144 Undergrad Chemical Research ........................ 1 - 5
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                  ARR                                               Angel
CH 151CR 31266 Fund. of Chem. I Recitation............................... 0                                         CONSENT
    PM         ST300 5:30 - 6:20          M ...............Schmidt                        CH 390B        30035 Undergrad Chemical Research ........................ 1 - 5
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                         ARR                                              Barton
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                       CONSENT
CH 151DL 31421 Fundamentals of Chem I. Lab............................... 0               CH 390C        30129 Undergrad Chemical Research ........................ 1 - 5
               ST303 2:00 - 2:50          T....................Salem                                           ARR                                              Leung
               ST306 2:50 – 4:59                                                                                    CONSENT
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    CH 390D        30131 Undergrad Chemical Research ........................ 1 - 5
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                  ARR                                           Schmidt
CH 151DR 30217 Fund. of Chem. I Recitation.................................. 0                                      CONSENT
               ST300 11:00 - 11:50           T.................Schmidt
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                        This course is part of the general education program.
CH 151EL 30216 Fundamentals of Chem. I Lab........................... 0                      CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CJ)
    PM         ST303 5:30 – 6:20        T................. STAFF
               ST306 6:20 - 8:29                                                          UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                                Criminal Justice Department – BE201
                        This course is part of the general education program.             CJ    100A   30902 Crime & Justice in America ................................. 3
CH 151ER 30118 Fund. of Chem. I Recitation.................................. 0                               MO137 9:30 - 10:45          TR ................... Berry
               ST300 12:00 - 12:50           T.................Schmidt                    CJ    100B 30903 Crime & Justice in America ................................. 3
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                                                                                                             MO175 2:00 - 3:15          MW.................Taylor
                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                          CJ    100EA 30904 Crime & Justice in America .............................. 3
CH 151FL 31704 Fund of Chem I LAB ............................................ 0
                                                                                                 PM          MO137 5:30 - 8:00            M.................STAFF
    PM         ST303 5:30 - 6:20               W .................STAFF
                                                                                          CJ    100VA 30905 Crime & Justice in America ................................. 3
               ST 306 6:20 – 8:29
                        MA116 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
                                                                                                Online                                                          STAFF
                        This course is part of the general education program.             CJ    110A 30906 Intro to Law Enforcement .................................... 3
                                                                                                             BE211 9:30 - 10:45          TR ............Bayens, G


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CJ    110B    31459 Intro to Law Enforcement..................................... 3                     CJ 385WA 31631 Organized Crime................................................... 3
                    BE211 11:00 - 12:15            MW ...............STAFF                              9/23 – 10/9/05 BE211 .................................................. Reynoldson
CJ 110EA 30907 Intro to Law Enforcement ................................. 3                                            F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00
      PM            MO158 5:30 - 8:00                T.....................Lines                                       Meets: 9/23 – 9/25, 10/7 – 10/9
CJ 110VA 30908 Intro to Law Enforcement ..................................... 3                         CJ 390A 31383 F-A-T-S ................................................................ 3
     Online         jeffrey.johnson@washburn.edu                         Johnson                              PM       BE302 5:30 - 8:00                         W .................Brown
CJ 120A 30910 Intro to Corrections ............................................... 3                                               CJ110, MAJORS ONLY, CONSENT
                    BE211 1:00 - 2:15               TR ........... Bayens, G                            CJ 390WA 31782 Serial Killers ......................................................... 3
CJ 120EA 30949 Intro to Corrections ............................................ 3                      10/7 - 10/23/05 HC118........................................................ Thomas
      PM            MO179 5:30 - 8:00                W................ Miskell                                          F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00
CJ 130VA 30952 Public & Private Security ..................................... 3                                        Meets 10/7 – 10/9, 10/21 – 10/23
     Online         robert.jacobs@washburn.edu                             Jacobs                                                  CJ110, CONSENT
CJ 210VA 31329 Criminal Law ........................................................ 3                  CJ    410A       31018 Criminal Proc & Evidence.................................... 3
     Online         cliff.roberson@washburn.edu                        Roberson                                                CA304 11:00 - 12:15        MW...............Manske
CJ 220B 30953 Crim Just Comm ................................................... 3                                                 CJ330
                    BE211 11:00 - 12:15             TR ....................Hurd                         CJ    410VA 31019 Criminal Proc & Evidence ................................... 3
CJ 220VA 30954 Crim Just Comm ................................................... 3                           Online      cliff.roberson@washburn.edu                    Roberson
                                                                                                                                   CJ330
     Online         ron.tannehill@washburn.edu                         Tannehill
                                                                                                        CJ 415WA 31669 Forensic Sci in Crim Just...................................... 3
CJ 225WA 31857 Jail Workshop .......................................................3
                                                                                                        10/14 – 10/30/05 HC103.................................................Van Stratton
11/4 – 11/20/05     F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00 ...............STAFF
                                                                                                                         F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00
                    Meets: 11/4 – 11/6, 11/18 – 11/20
                                                                                                                         Meets 10/14 – 16, 10/28 – 10/30
CJ 230A 30955 Princ of Investigation............................................ 3
                                                                                                        CJ 420VA 31021 Probation & Parole .............................................. 3
                    HC107 12:30 - 1:45              TR .....................Low
                                                                                                             Online      joan.bayens@washburn.edu                                Bayens, J.
CJ 230EA 30956 Princ of Investigation.......................................... 3                                                  CJ120 OR CONSENT
      PM            HC118 5:30 - 8:00                M ..................... Low                        CJ    425VA 31095 White Collar Crime .............................................. 3
CJ 230VA 30957 Princ of Investigation............................................ 3                           Online      charles.lenoir@washburn.edu                              Lenoir
     Online                                                                STAFF                                                   Crosslisted w/CJ635A
CJ 270EA 31485 Juvenile Justice.................................................... 3                   CJ    430A       31022 Crim Just Policy & Issues..................................... 3
      PM            MO175 5:30 - 8:00                W........... Alexander                                                    HC217 2:00 - 3:15                 TR .......Smith-Mahdi
                           Crosslisted w/HS290EA                                                        CJ    430VA      31081 Crim Just Policy & Issues .................................... 3
CJ    303A    31542 Diversity In American Culture ............................. 3                             Online           jackquice.smith-mahdi@washburn.edu              Smith-Mahdi
                    HC217 12:30 - 1:45              TR ...... Smith-Mahdi                               CJ    445A       31489 Drug Enf Policies & Prog................................... 3
CJ 310A 30958 Police Problems & Practices................................. 3                                   PM              HC217 5:30 - 8:00                   R .................STAFF
                    MO137 1:00 - 2:30               TR ................STAFF                            CJ    450VA      31023 Security Admin & Mgmt ....................................... 3
CJ 310VA 30959 Police Problems & Practices................................ 3                                  Online                                                                    STAFF
      Online        ron.tannehill@washburn.edu                         Tannehill                        CJ    460A       31699 Correctional Administration ............................. 3
CJ 310XA 31667 Police Problems & Practices................................. 3                                  PM              BE211 5:30 - 8:00                   T .................... Heim
9/23 - 10/23/05     F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 - 5:00 ............... Jackson                             CJ    470VA      31024 Internship in Security....................................... 3 - 6
                    Meets: 9/23 – 9/25, 10/21 – 10/23                                                         Online           mike.manske@washburn.edu                                Manske
                       Kansas City Community College                                                                               CONSENT
CJ 320EA 30960 Corr Treatment Strat ......................................... 3                         CJ    480VA 31025 Internship in Corrections ................................ 3 - 6
       PM           MO137 5:30 - 8:00                W...........Ruskowitz                                    Online      phyllis.berry@washburn.edu                               Berry
CJ 320VA 31483 Corr Treatment Strat............................................. 3                                                 CJ120, CJ220, CJ320, CJ420 OR CONSENT
      Online        joseph.ruskowitz@washburn.edu                     Ruskowitz                         CJ    490VA 31027 Internship in Law Enforcement ....................... 3 - 6
CJ 325A 31697 Applied Criminology ............................................ 3                              Online      mike.manske@washburn.edu                        Manske
                    MO16 1:00 - 2:15                TR ................STAFF                                                       CJ230, CJ310, CJ410, CJ430 OR CONSENT
CJ 325EA 30961 Applied Criminology .......................................... 3                         CJ    500GA 31005 Sem in Crim Just Admin ................................... 3
       PM           MO176 5:30 - 8:00                M ...............Callison                                 PM         MO178 5:30 - 8:00               M.............. Knowles
CJ 330A 30962 Judicial Process ..................................................... 3                  CJ    510VA 31099 Sem in Org & Mgmt.............................................. 3
                    MO137 1:00 – 2:15              MW ...............STAFF                                    Online      ron.tannehill@washburn.edu                        Tannehill
                           CJ110, CJ120, CONSENT                                                                                   CONSENT FOR UNDERGRADUATES WITH SR
CJ    330EA 30963 Judicial Process ................................................... 3                                             STATUS
       PM         CA200 5:30 - 8:00                    T................. Hughes                        CJ    530GV 31020 Issues in Criminal Procedure............................... 3
                           CJ110, CJ120, CONSENT                                                              Online      cliff.roberson@washburn.edu                   Roberson
CJ    330VA 30964 Judicial Process .................................................... 3                                          CONSENT FOR UNDERGRADUATES WITH SR
      Online      dean.mcwilliams@washburn.edu                        McWilliams                                                     STATUS
                           CJ110, CJ120, CONSENT                                                        CJ    610A 31549 Corrections in US................................................ 3
CJ    340VA 31484     Crime Prevention .................................................. 3                    PM        MO176 5:30 - 8:00                  T ...... Smith-Mahdi
      Online          dale.finger@washburn.edu                                       Finger             CJ    635A 31552 Org & White Collar Crime................................... 3
CJ 345XA 31668        Homicide ............................................................... 3              Online     charles.lenoir@washburn.edu                              Lenoir
10/7 - 10/23/05       F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00 .................... Hay                                                     Crosslisted w/CJ425VA
                      Meets: 10/7 – 10/9, 10/21 – 10/23                                                 CJ    640A       31488 Sem-Legal Iss in Enforcement........................... 3
                         Topeka Police Department                                                              PM              MO178 5:30 - 8:00         W ................STAFF
CJ    360A      31004 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3                                           CONSENT FOR UNDERGRADUATES WITH SR
                                                                                                                                     STATUS
                      ARR                                                       Bayens, G
                           12 HRS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE & CONSENT OF
                                                                                                        CJ    655GV 31080 Juvenile Just & Del............................................... 3
                              DEPARTMENT CHAIR                                                                Online      phyllis.berry@washburn.edu                                  Berry
CJ 370XA 31630 Fire Investigation & Prev...................................... 3                        CJ    680A 31487 Staff Dev in Crim Just........................................ 3
11/4 – 11/20/05 BE211.................................................... Rozmiarek                            PM         BE207 5:30 - 8:00                   R .................STAFF
                F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00                                                         CJ    690GA 31030 Dir Readings/Crim Just ................................... 1 - 3
                Meets 11/4 – 11/6, 11/18 – 11/20                                                                          ARR                                                  Tannehill
                           Crosslisted w/TA390XA



                                                                                                   20
CJ   692GW 31031 Advanced Research............................................. 3                   CM 101N    31128 Comp. Competency & Internet......................... 3
      PM         BE207 5:30 - 8:00              T............Schbley, A                                 PM           MO19 7:00 - 8:15       TR................STAFF
                          CJ520                                                                                           NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH
CJ   693A 31550 Capstone Experience ............................................ 3                                          CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250
     Online     ayla.schbley@washburn.edu                        Schbley, A                         CM 111A    31129 Intro to Structured Prog. ....................................... 4
                          GRADUATE STATUS                                                                            MO17 9:30 - 10:45                TR ................. Barker
CJ   695GA 31032 Criminal Justice Prac .......................................1 - 6                 CM 111AA   31648 Intro to Structured Prog. ....................................... 0
                 ARR                                                 Bayens, G                                       MO15 11:00 - 12:50                 T .................. Barker
                          CONSENT                                                                   CM 111AB   31649 Intro to Structured Prog. ....................................... 0
CJ   699GA 31033 Thesis ...............................................................1 - 6                         MO15 2:00 - 3:50                  W.................. Barker
                 ARR                                                          Bayens, G             CM 111AC   31650 Intro to Structured Prog. ....................................... 0
                          CONSENT                                                                                    MO15 2:00 - 3:50                   T .................. Barker
                                                                                                    CM 111AD   31651 Intro to Structured Prog. ................................... 0
                                                                                                        PM           MO15 4:10 - 6:00                  W ................ Barker
      COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                                          CM 111B
                                                                                                        PM
                                                                                                               31130 Intro to Structured Prog. ................................... 4
                                                                                                                     MO180 4:10 - 5:25                TR................ Barker
          SCIENCE (CM)                                                                              CM 113A    31132 Visual Programming .......................................... 3
                                                                                                        PM           MO15 5:30 - 6:45                 TR.............. Mechtly
 Computer Information Science Department – BT100                                                                          CM111
CM 100A        31693 Basic Computer Concepts & Apps ....................... 3                       CM 229A    31133 Web Graphics I ................................................... 3
                     MO16 11:00 - 12:15        TR .................... Jolly                            PM           CA108 5:30 - 6:45                MW... Marchant/Yoho
CM 100B        31694 Basic Computer Concepts & Apps.................... 3                                                 CM101 OR CONSENT
    PM               MO16 5:30 - 6:45         MW .............. STAFF                                                     Crosslisted w/AR229A
CM 101A        30149 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                     CM 244A    31134 C Programming Language.................................... 3
                     MO19 8:00 - 8:50         MWF ..................Reed                                             ST200 11:00 - 12:15       TR ................Bainum
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                           CM111
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                       CM 245A    31135 Contemp. Prog. Methods...................................... 3
CM 101B        30147 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                                      MO15 9:30 - 10:45           TR .......... Schmidt, C
                     CA108 8:00 - 9:15        TR ................STAFF                                                    CM111
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                     CM 261A    31137 Networked Systems I .......................................... 3
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                           PM           MO176 4:10 - 5:25             TR...............Bainum
CM 101C        31118 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                                           CM231
                     MO19 9:00 - 9:50        MWF ..................Reed                             CM 298A    31695 Adv Comp Comptcy & Internet ...................... 1 - 3
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                      MO19 1:00 - 2:15        TR .................... Jolly
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                             CONSENT
CM 101D        31119 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                     CM 307A    31235 Data Structures Java .......................................... 3
                     CA108 9:30 - 10:45       TR ................STAFF                                  PM           MO280 4:10 - 5:25              TR.............. Mechtly
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH
                                                                                                                          MA206 & CM245
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250
                                                                                                    CM 322A    31138 Oper. Syst. & Netwkng Cncpts ............................ 3
CM 101E        31120 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3
                                                                                                                     LLC 162 12:00 - 1:15     MW..................... Sun
                     MO19 9:30 - 10:45        TR ......................Sun                                                CM231
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250
                                                                                                    CM 333A    31139 Software Engineering ........................................... 3
CM 101F        31121 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                                      LLC 162 1:30 - 2:45            MW..................... Sun
                                                                                                                          CM307 OR CM335
                     MO19 10:00 - 10:50      MWF ..................Reed
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH
                                                                                                    CM 335A    31140 Adv App. Prog. & Des. ........................................ 3
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                        LLC 162 1:00 - 2:15           TR ...............Mechtly
CM 101G        31122 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                                           CM245
                     CA108 11:00 - 12:15      TR ................STAFF                              CM 336A    31141 Database Management Systems ........................... 3
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                      MO17 11:00 - 12:15       TR .......... Schmidt, C
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                             MA206 AND CM307 OR CM335
CM 101H        31123 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                     CM 337A    31142 Systems Analysis & Des. ..................................... 3
                     MO19 11:00 - 12:15       TR ......................Sun                                           LLC 253 1:30 - 2:45         MW......... Schmidt, C
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                           CM336
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                       CM 363A    31143 Computer Networks ........................................... 3
CM 101I        31124 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                         PM           MO15 4:10 - 5:25             TR................ Decker
                     CA108 12:00 - 1:15       MW ................... Jolly                                                CM361
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                     CM 390A    31144 Web Services/Security.......................................... 3
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                        MO19 2:30 - 3:45              MW............. Boncella
CM 101J        31125 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                                           54 HRS AND CONSENT
                     CA108 2:50 - 4:05        MW ................... Jolly                          CM 390B    31145 Linux System ........................................................ 3
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                      MO15 2:30 - 3:45                     TR ................Bainum
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                             54 HRS AND CONSENT
CM 101K        31321 Comp. Competency & Internet............................. 3                     CM 401A    31146 Sys Analysis Cooperative I .................................. 1
                     MO19 12:00 - 1:15        MW ............Marchant                                                ARR                                          Schmidt, G
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                                           MAJORS ONLY AND CONSENT
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                       CM 402A    30143 Syst. Analysis Cooperative II ............................... 1
CM 101L        31126 Comp. Competency & Internet ......................... 3                                         ARR                                          Schmidt, G
    PM               MO19 5:30 - 6:45       MW .............. STAFF                                                       CM401
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                     CM 403A    31147 Syst Analysis Cooperative III............................... 1
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                        ARR                                         Schmidt, G
CM 101M 31127 Comp. Competency & Internet ......................... 3                                                     CM402
    PM        MO19 5:30 - 6:45       TR ............... STAFF                                       CM 467A    31148 CIS Capstone Project ......................................... 2
                          NOT OPEN FOR CREDIT FOR STUDENTS WITH                                         PM           MO16 5:30 - 6:20              TR......... Schmidt, C
                            CREDIT IN CM110 OR CM211 OR BU250                                                             CM333 AND CM336


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CM 468A       31149 CIS Senior Seminar ............................................ 1                CN 330A       31074 Comm. in Conf. & Neg....................................... 3
    PM              MO16 6:21 - 6:45               TR .........Schmidt, C                                PM              MO268 5:30 - 6:45          TR.................... Ubel
                         CM333 AND CM336                                                                                      CN101
                                                                                                     CN 340A       31075 Interviewing......................................................... 3
                                                                                                         PM              MO268 4:10 - 5:25                    TR.................Brown
                                                                                                                              CN101 OR CN150
           COMMUNICATION (CN)                                                                        CN 342A       30011 Small Grp Comm.................................................. 3
          Communication Department – MO266                                                                               MO268 1:00 - 2:15               TR ................ STAFF
CN 101A       30014 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3                                              CN101
                    MO175 9:00 - 9:50       MWF ..............STAFF                                  CN 343A       31090 Forensics .......................................................... 1 - 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                           MO268 3:00 - 5:00                       MW.............. O'Leary
CN 101B       31061 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3                                              CONSENT
                    MO260 10:00 - 10:50     MWF ............. Kosinar                                CN 351A       31060 Interpersonal Communication .............................. 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                           MO137 10:00 - 10:50      MWF.............. STAFF
CN 101C       31062 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3                                              CN101
                    MO268 12:00 - 1:15       MW ...............STAFF                                 CN 361A       31757 Comm. in Social Mvmnts................................... 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                           PM              MO268 5:30 - 6:45       MW......Schnoebelen
                                                                                                                              CN101 OR CN150
CN 101D       31063 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3
                                                                                                     CN 365A       31759 Business & Profess Speaking ............................... 3
                    MO175 9:30 - 10:45        TR ............... O'Leary
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                           MO268 11:00 - 12:15        TR ................Kosinar
                                                                                                                              CN150
CN 101E       31064 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3
                                                                                                     CN 384A       31758 Health Communication......................................... 3
                    MO175 11:00 - 12:15       TR ............... O'Leary
                                                                                                                         MO178 9:00 - 9:50          MWF............... Brown
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                              CN101
CN 101F       31065 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3
                                                                                                     CN 490A       31083 Directed Research............................................ 1 - 3
                    MO159 1:00 - 2:15         TR ............... Kosinar
                                                                                                                         ARR                                                       Moore
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR
CN 101G       31755 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm ............................... 3                        CN 491A       31084 Internship ......................................................... 1 - 3
    PM              MO259 4:10 - 5:25     MW .............. STAFF                                                        ARR                                                              Moore
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR
CN 101H       31066 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm ............................... 3                        CN 499A       31085 Senior Portfolio..................................................... 1
    PM              MO259 5:30 - 6:45      TR ............... STAFF                                                      MO16 12:00 - 12:50                    W...................Moore
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MAJORS ONLY AND CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT
CN 101VA 31067 Prin & Prac of Hum Comm .................................. 3                                                     CHAIR
   Online                                                       STAFF
                         This course is part of the general education program.
CN 150A       30013 Public Speaking..................................................... 3
                    MO268 9:00 - 9:50                 MWF .................. Ubel                                       ECONOMICS (EC)
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                          School of Business – HC114
CN 150B       30015 Public Speaking..................................................... 3           EC 100A       30927 Intro To Economics .............................................. 3
                    MO178 10:00 - 10:50               MWF ............... Brown                                          HC303 11:00 - 11:50            MWF.................Baker
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                NOT OPEN TO STUDENTS W/CREDIT IN EC200 OR
CN 150C       30016 Public Speaking..................................................... 3                                      EC201
                    MO178 11:00 - 11:50               MWF ..............STAFF                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                         This course is part of the general education program.                       EC 200A       30928 Principles of Microeconomics.............................. 3
CN 150D       30017 Public Speaking..................................................... 3                               HC208 10:00 - 10:50       MWF.............. Walker
                    MO178 12:00 - 1:15                 MW ...............STAFF                                                MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24 HRS
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
CN 150E       31756 Public Speaking..................................................... 3           EC 200B       30929 Principles of Microeconomics.............................. 3
                    MO268 1:30 - 2:45                  MW ................ Brown                                         HC207 11:00 - 11:50       MWF.............. Walker
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24 HRS
CN 150F       31068 Public Speaking..................................................... 3                                    This course is part of the general education program.
                    MO268 9:30 - 10:45                  TR ................STAFF                     EC 200C       30930 Principles of Microeconomics.............................. 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                           HC307 8:00 - 9:15          TR ............ Nizovtsev
CN 150G       31069 Public Speaking..................................................... 3                                    MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24 HRS
                    GC231 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ....... Schnoebelen                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                         This course is part of the general education program.                       EC 200D       30931 Principles of Microeconomics.............................. 3
CN 150I       31071 Public Speaking ................................................... 3                                HC112 11:00 - 12:15        TR ............ Nizovtsev
    PM              MO158 5:30 - 6:45                 MW .............. STAFF                                                 MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24 HRS
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
CN 150J       31072 Public Speaking ................................................... 3            EC 200E       30932 Principles of Microeconomics.............................. 3
    PM              MO259 4:10 - 5:25                  TR ............... STAFF                                          BE211 1:00 - 2:15          MW................. Byrne
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24 HRS
CN 150K       31157 Public Speaking ................................................... 3                                     This course is part of the general education program.
    PM              MO178 5:30 - 6:45                  TR ............... STAFF                      EC 200EA 30933 Principles of Microeconomics............................ 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                           PM         HC207 7:00 - 8:15        MW.................Byrne
CN 154A       31086 Forensics ..........................................................1 - 3                                 MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND 24
                    MO260 3:00 - 5:00                       MW ...............STAFF                                             HRS
                         CONSENT                                                                                              This course is part of the general education program.
CN 300A       30010 Organizational Communication............................ 3                       EC 201A       30934 Principles of Macroeconomics ............................. 3
                    MO268 11:00 - 11:50     MWF ............. Kosinar                                                    HC118 8:00 - 9:15          TR ................. Dickes
                         CN101                                                                                                EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND
                                                                                                                                24 HRS
CN 320A       31073 Comm. in the Legal Process ................................. 3
                                                                                                                              This course is part of the general education program.
                    MO268 10:00 - 10:50       MWF .................. Ubel
                         CN101

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EC 201B         30935 Principles of Macroeconomics.............................. 3                EA 592GA 30196 Sch-Comm Relationships................................... 3
                      HC112 10:00 - 10:50      MWF ................ Kwak                              PM         CA306 5:30 - 8:30         W ............... Lantaff
                          EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND                                                          GRADUATE STATUS
                            24 HRS                                                                EA 596GA 31604 Human Resources Management ....................... 3
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       PM         CA306 5:30 - 8:30      R ................ Lantaff
EC 201C         30936 Principles of Macroeconomics.............................. 3                                         BUILDING LEVEL
                      HC112 11:00 - 11:50      MWF ................ Kwak                                                   LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION
                          EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND                                 EA 599GA 31722 District Level Internship....................................... 1
                            24 HRS                                                                               ARR                                                    Lantaff
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                            CONDITIONAL LICENSURE AS DISTRICT LEVEL
EC 201EA 30937 Principles of Macroeconomics ........................... 3                                                    ADMINISTRATOR
    PM         HC207 5:30 - 6:45        MW .................... Ball                              ED 150A        31113 EPIC Experience I ................................................ 1
                          EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110                                                          CA200 1:00 - 1:50                  M.....................Cook
                            AND 24 HRS                                                                                     CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED200
                          This course is part of the general education program.                   ED 150B        31114 EPIC Experience I ................................................ 1
EC 211A         30938 Stats for Bus & Econ............................................. 3                              CA200 1:00 - 1:50                  W.....................Cook
                      HC103 1:00 - 2:15               MW ............ Kerchner                                             CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED200
                          MA140 AND MA116 WITH GRADE OF C OR                                      ED 150C        31414 EPIC Experience I ................................................ 1
                            BETTER                                                                                     CA200 1:00 - 1:50                   T .....................Cook
EC 211B         30939 Stats for Bus & Econ............................................. 3                                  CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED200
                      HC103 9:30 - 10:45               TR ............. Kerchner                  ED 150D        31115 EPIC Experience I ................................................ 1
                          MA140 AND MA116 WITH GRADE OF C OR                                          PM               CA200 4:30 - 5:20                  W.....................Cook
                            BETTER                                                                                         CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED200
EC 211C         30940 Stats for Bus & Econ............................................. 3         ED 160VA 30115 Intro to Early Childhood Ed................................. 3
                      HC103 11:00 - 12:15              TR ............. Kerchner                     Online                                                   McConnell
                          MA140 AND MA116 WITH GRADE OF C OR
                            BETTER
                                                                                                  ED 160VB 31292 Intro to Early Childhood Ed................................. 3
EC 211EA 30941 Stats for Bus & Econ........................................... 3                     Online                                                   McConnell
    PM         HC103 7:00 - 8:15             MW .............. Ahmad                              ED 161A 30197 Esnt of Early Childhood Ed I............................ 4
                          MA140AND MA116 WITH GRADE OF C OR                                           PM         CA300 6:15 - 9:15             T ............... Godfrey
                           BETTER                                                                                          ED160
EC 300A         30942 Microeconomic Analysis ...................................... 3             ED 200A        30198 Educational Psychology ....................................... 3
                      HC206 11:00 - 12:15          TR .................. Byrne                                         CA203 9:00 - 10:15           MW......................Fry
                          EC200, EC201, MA141, 2.0 GPA, AND 54 HRS                                                         CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED150
EC 310A         30943 History of Economic Thought .............................. 3                ED 200B        30199 Educational Psychology ....................................... 3
                      HC307 12:00 - 1:15       MW .................... Ball                                            CA203 1:00 - 2:15            MW......................Fry
                          EC200, EC201 AND 54 HRS                                                                          CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED150
                          Crosslisted w/HN202D                                                    ED 200C        30200 Educational Psychology ..................................... 3
EC 341A         30944 Labor Economics .................................................. 3            PM               CA200 5:30 - 8:30            W ................STAFF
                      HC307 8:00 - 8:50               MWF .............. Walker                                            CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED150
                          EC200, EC201 AND 54 HRS                                                 ED 225A        30259 Becoming an Ed Profsn ........................................ 3
EC 404A         30945 Independent Study-Economics ........................1 - 3                                        CA203 9:30 - 10:45            TR .............. Tutwiler
                      ARR                                            STAFF                                                 ED 150 & ED200
                          CONSENT OF DIRECTING FACULTY BEFORE                                     ED 225B        31166 Becoming an Ed Profsn...................................... 3
                            ENROLLMENT                                                                PM               CA203 5:30 - 8:30           W ................STAFF
EC 405A         30946 Honors Research in Economics .......................2 - 4                                            ED 150 & ED200
                      ARR                                            STAFF                        ED 261VA 31313 Techn-Ea Ch Gdnce & Clss Mgmt ....................... 3
                          SENIOR MAJOR AND CONSENT                                                   Online                                            McConnell
EC 443EA 31036 Labor Relations ................................................... 3                                       ED160, ED200 OR CONSENT
    PM         HC6 7:00 - 8:15                    TR ................ Kotich                      ED 300A        31116 Inngrting Tech into Curriculum ........................... 3
                          EC341                                                                                        CA108 1:00 - 2:15            TR ............... Pownell
EC 485A         31037 Money & Banking................................................. 3                                   CM101 (OR EQUIVALENT) & ED200 & ADMISSION
                      HC112 9:00 - 9:50             MWF ................ Kwak                                                TO TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM
                          EC200, EC201 AND 54 HRS                                                 ED 300B        31117 Inngrting Tech into Curriculum ....................... 3
EC 499A         30947 Internship in Economics ....................................... 3               PM               CA108 5:30 - 8:30          T ................Pownell
                      ARR                                                 Gorman                                           CM101 (OR EQUIVALENT) & ED200 &
                          CONSENT, 75 HRS, 2.5 GPA                                                                           ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
EC 925GA 30948 Economic Environment ...................................... 3                                                 PROGRAM
    PM         HC118 5:30 - 8:15           T....................... Ball                          ED 302A        30202 Tchng Except learners ECE/Elem........................ 3
                          ADMISSION TO MBA PROGRAM                                                                     CA300 9:30 - 10:45         TR .................. Rettig
EC 972GA 31375 Managerial Economics ....................................... 3                                              ED200 & ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                                                             PROGRAM
    PM         HC304 5:30 - 8:15            R ............ Nizovtsev
                          EC925 OR CONSENT, ADMISSION TO MBA
                                                                                                  ED 302B        30204 Tchng Except Learners Sec ............................... 3
                            PROGRAM                                                                   PM               CA300 5:30 - 8:30         W ................STAFF
                                                                                                                           ED200 & ADMISSION TO TEACHER
                                                                                                                             EDUCATION PROGRAM
                                                                                                  ED 305A        31237 Language & Literacy ............................................ 2
      EDUCATION (EA, ED, RD, SE)                                                                                       CA203 1:00 - 3:00                 T ................... Shoop
                                                                                                                           ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                 Education Department – CA202                                                                                PROGRAM
EA 583GA 31288 Sch Supervision & Staff Dev.............................. 3                        ED 310A        30206 Teaching Math in Elem Sch ................................. 3
    PM         CA306 5:30 - 8:30         M ................Harden                                                      CA304 12:30 - 2:00       MWF.............. Coester
                          GRADUATE STATUS                                                                                  ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
EA 590GA 31692 Building Internship ............................................... 1                                         PROGRAM & MA116, MA228 (MINIMUM
               ARR                                                       Harden                                              GRADE C)
                          CONDITIONAL LICENSURE AS BUILDING LEVEL
                            ADMINISTRATOR

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ED 315A   30210 Teaching Sci in Elem Sch ..................................... 3             ED 353VA 30262 Assess & Eval in Ear Ch Ed ................................. 3
                CA304 2:01 - 3:30           MWF ..................Ohm                           Online                                                   McConnell
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                   ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                      PROGRAM, PS126, BI100 & BI101                                                                    PROGRAM
ED 317A   30213 Math/Science Practicum ....................................... 2             ED 362A       30264 Meth of Tchng Eng in Sec Sch............................. 3
                CA304 3:31 - 4:30           MWF ..............Coester                                            CA203 4:00 - 5:15          TR ...............Dimmitt
                    CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED310, ED315 &                                                          ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                      ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                   PROGRAM AND CONSENT
                      PROGRAM                                                                ED 363A       30265 Meth-Tchng Math in Sec Sch............................... 3
ED 317B   30218 Math/Science Practicum ....................................... 2                                 CA300 1:30 - 2:45        MW................Mower
                CA304 3:31 - 4:30           MWF ..............Coester                                                ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                    CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED310, ED315 &                                                            PROGRAM AND CONSENT
                      ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                         ED 366A       30266 Meth Tchng Soc Stud in Sec Sch....................... 3
                      PROGRAM                                                                    PM              CA304 7:00 - 9:30         M............... Goossen
ED 317C   30219 Math/Science Practicum ....................................... 2                                     ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                CA304 3:31 - 4:30           MWF ..............Coester                                                  PROGRAM AND CONSENT
                    CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED310, ED315 &                                  ED 381A       31698 Craft Techn in Mid/Sec Sch ................................. 3
                      ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                             AB125 1:00 - 3:45           TR ..................Lasley
                      PROGRAM                                                                                        Crosslisted w/AR381A
ED 317D   31599 Math/Science Practicum ....................................... 2             ED 385A       30275 Foundations of Education..................................... 3
                CA304 3:31 - 4:30           MWF ..............Coester                                            CA203 8:00 - 9:15            TR ................ Harden
                    CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN ED310, ED315 &                                                          ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                      ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                   PROGRAM
                      PROGRAM                                                                ED 385B       30276 Foundations of Education..................................... 3
ED 320A   30231 Teaching Reading in Elem Sch............................. 3                                      CA300 1:00 - 2:15            TR ................ Harden
                CA306 8:30 - 9:30       MTWRF ...Wolfersberger                                                       ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                     PROGRAM
                      PROGRAM                                                                ED 400A       30277 Understanding the School..................................... 2
ED 325A   30232 Tchng Lang Arts & Childrn Lit ............................ 3                                     CA200 4:00 – 6:30             M.....................Cook
                    CA306 9:31 - 10:30   MTWRF.....Wolfersberger
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                                                 Meets 8/22 & 8/23 in HC100 – 8:00 – 12:00
                      PROGRAM                                                                                        ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                                                                                                                       CONSENT
ED 327A   30233 Literacy Practicum ................................................ 2
                                                                                             ED 400B       30284 Understanding the School..................................... 2
                CA306 10:31 - 11:30           MTWRF ...Wolfersberger
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                                                 CA200 4:00 – 6:30             M.....................Cook
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    Meets 8/22 & 8/23 in HC100 – 8:00 – 12:00
ED 327B   30234 Literacy Practicum ................................................ 2                                ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                                                                                                                       CONSENT
                CA306 10:31 - 11:30           MTWRF ...Wolfersberger
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                             ED 402A       31275 Tchng Struggling Learners................................ 2
                      PROGRAM                                                                    PM              CA203 5:30 - 8:30         M.................STAFF
ED 327C   30235 Literacy Practicum ................................................ 2                                ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                                                       PROGRAM
                CA306 10:31 - 11:30           MTWRF .............Shoop
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
                                                                                             ED 405A       30288 Classroom Management ....................................... 1
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    HC100 1:00 – 3:00           MT ................. Rettig
ED 327D   30236 Literacy Practicum ................................................ 2                            Meets 8/22 & 8/23 only – class will be online
                CA306 10:31 - 11:30           MTWRF .............Shoop                                            remainder of semester
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                   ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                      PROGRAM                                                                                          CONSENT
ED 330A   30238 Tchng Soc Stud thr Intg Curric............................. 3                ED 405B       31238 Classroom Management ....................................... 1
                CA304 12:30 - 2:00          TR ...................... Fry                                        HC100 1:00 – 3:00           MT ................. Rettig
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                               Meets 8/22 & 8/23 only – class will be online
                      PROGRAM                                                                                     remainder of semester
ED 335A   30242 Cre Exp in the Elem/Mid Sch ............................... 2                                        ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                CA304 2:01 - 4:30           T.....Coester/Mallett                                                      CONSENT
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                           ED 410A       30290 Secondary Student Teaching .............................. 12
                      PROGRAM AND ED300, ED305                                                                   ARR                                                  Cook
ED 337A   30254 Social Studies Practicum ...................................... 1                                    ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                CA304 2:01 - 4:30               R........................ Fry                                          CONSENT
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                           ED 415A       31610 5th-8th Grade Student Teaching........................... 4
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    ARR                                                Cook
ED 337B   30255 Social Studies Practicum ...................................... 1                                    ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                CA304 2:01 - 4:30               R........................ Fry                                          CONSENT
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                           ED 420A       30292 K - 6 Student Teaching......................................... 8
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    ARR                                                      Cook
ED 337C   30256 Social Studies Practicum ...................................... 1                                    ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                CA304 2:01 - 4:30               R........................ Fry                                          CONSENT
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                           ED 430A       31609 Student Teaching Birth - Gr 3 .............................. 4
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    ARR                                                   Cook
ED 337D   30257 Social Studies Practicum ...................................... 1                                    ADMISSION TO STUDENT TEACHING &
                CA304 2:01 - 4:30               R........................ Fry                                          CONSENT
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                           ED 440A       31611 Student Teaching Grades P-12 ........................... 12
                      PROGRAM                                                                                    ARR                                                 Cook
ED 340A   31856 Teaching Adoles in Mid School ........................... 3                                          ED302
                CA203 5:30 – 8:30          T..................STAFF                          ED 474A       31760 ST: Teaching in Jamaica................................... 2
                    ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                               PM              CA304 5:00 - 7:00           R .......... McConnell
                      PROGRAM



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ED 497A        30310 Independent Study in Education ......................1 - 3                   EN 101D 30417 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                     ARR                                            Tutwiler                                    MO259 8:00 - 9:15                TR ................ STAFF
                         CONSENT                                                                                This course is a University requirement.
ED 560GV 31762 Adv Educational Psych ......................................... 3                  EN 101E 31169 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
   Online                                                            STAFF                                      MO18 9:00 - 9:50               MWF.............. STAFF
ED 597GA 30314 Indep Study in Education.................................1 - 3                                   This course is a University requirement.
               ARR                                                 Tutwiler                       EN 101F 30418 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                         CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR                                                            MO159 9:00 - 9:50              MWF.............. STAFF
ED 674GA 31761 ST: Teaching in Jamaica ................................... 2                                    This course is a University requirement.
    PM         CA304 5:00 - 7:00           R ..........McConnell                                  EN 101G 30419 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                         CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR                                                            MO159 10:00 - 10:50            MWF.............. STAFF
RD 484A        30315 Reading in Content Areas .................................. 3                              This course is a University requirement.
    PM               CA300 5:30 - 8:30           R ................ STAFF                         EN 101H 30420 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
RD 484GA       30316 Reading in Content Areas .................................. 3                              MO16 10:00 - 10:50             MWF.............. STAFF
    PM               CA300 5:30 - 8:30           R ................ STAFF                                       This course is a University requirement.
RD 518GA       31612 Integ Lang & Lit through inqu.......................... 3                    EN 101I 30421 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
    PM               CA304 5:30 - 8:30           W.................. Shoop                                      MO159 11:00 - 11:50            MWF.............. STAFF
RD 522GA       30317 Instruction for Readers @ Risk......................... 3                                  This course is a University requirement.
    PM               CA300 5:30 - 8:30           M .................. Shoop                       EN 101J 30422 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
SE 430A        31417 Meth/Mat-Tchng Disab Yth(Pr-5) .................... 3                                      MO16 11:00 - 11:50             MWF.............. STAFF
    PM               CA306 5:00 - 8:00           T................. STAFF                                       This course is a University requirement.
SE 530GA       30318 Meth/Mat-Tchng Disab Yth(Pr-5) .................... 3                        EN 101K 30423 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
    PM               CA306 5:00 - 8:00           T................. STAFF                                       MO18 11:00 - 11:50             MWF.............. STAFF
                         ED302 OR SE510
                                                                                                                This course is a University requirement.
SE    532GA 30319 Meth/Mat-Tchng Disab Yth(6-12)..................... 3
                                                                                                  EN 101L 30424 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
       PM         CA306 5:00 - 8:00       T................. STAFF
                         IEP DEVELOPMENT, ED302 OR SE510
                                                                                                                MO159 11:00 - 12:15              TR ................ STAFF
SE    540GA 30321 Ind & Grp Mgmt-Yth w/ Disab......................... 3                                        This course is a University requirement.
       PM         MO160 5:30 - 8:30              M .................. Rettig                      EN 101M 30425 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
SE    556GA 30323 Spec Ed. Prac I (Pre/Elem) ................................... 3                              MO160 11:00 - 12:15              TR ................ STAFF
                  ARR                                                    Rettig                                 This course is a University requirement.
                         SE510, SE520 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                    EN 101N 30426 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
SE    557GA 30325 Spec Ed Prac II (Pre/Elem) ................................... 3                              MO158 12:00 - 12:50            MWF.............. STAFF
                  ARR                                                    Rettig                                 This course is a University requirement.
                         SE556 AND 18 HRS GRADUATE COURSEWORK                                     EN 101O 30427 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
SE    558GA 30326 Spec Ed Prac I (Mid/Sec)...................................... 3                              MO159 12:00 - 12:50            MWF.............. STAFF
                  ARR                                                 STAFF                                     This course is a University requirement.
                         SE510, SE520 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN                                 EN 101P 30428 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                           SE522                                                                                MO260 12:00 - 12:50            MWF.............. STAFF
SE    559GA 30327 Spec Ed Prac II (Secondary)................................. 3                                This course is a University requirement.
                  ARR                                               STAFF                         EN 101Q 30429 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                         SE558 AND 18 HRS GRADUATE COURSEWORK                                                   MO160 1:00 - 2:15                TR ................ STAFF
                                                                                                                This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                  EN 101R 30430 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                 ENGINEERING (EG)                                                                               MO259 1:30 - 2:45               MW............... STAFF
                                                                                                                This course is a University requirement.
        Physics & Astronomy Department – ST108                                                    EN 101S 30431 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
EG 105A        30386 Intro to Engineering .............................................. 3                      MO159 1:30 - 2:45               MW............... STAFF
                     ST111 1:00 - 3:30                   T............. Mazachek                                This course is a University requirement.
EG 250A        30387 Engineering Mech: Statics .................................... 3             EN 101T 31252 Freshman Comp.................................................... 3
                     ST112 11:00 - 12:15                TR ........... Mazachek                                 MO260 1:30 - 2:45               MW............... STAFF
                         MA151 AND PS281                                                                        This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                  EN 101U 31509 Freshman Comp ................................................. 3
                                                                                                      PM        MO259 5:30 - 8:00                 M.................STAFF
                        ENGLISH (EN)                                                                            This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                  EN 101W 31510 Freshman Comp ................................................. 3
                  English Department – MO258                                                          PM        MO259 5:30 - 8:00                 W ................STAFF
EN 101A  30415 Freshman Comp .................................................... 3                             This course is a University requirement.
               MO260 7:00 - 7:50               MWF ..............STAFF                            EN 101X 31511 Freshman Comp ................................................. 3
               This course is a University requirement.                                               PM        MO260 5:30 - 8:00                 W ................STAFF
EN 101AA 31519 Freshman Comp .................................................... 3                             This course is a University requirement.
               MO18 8:00 - 8:50                MWF ..............STAFF                            EN 101Y 31512 Freshman Comp ................................................. 3
               This course is a University requirement.                                               PM        MO260 5:30 - 6:45                TR................STAFF
EN 101B 30082 Freshman Comp .................................................... 3                              This course is a University requirement.
               MO158 8:00 - 8:50               MWF ..............STAFF                            EN 101Z 31513 Freshman Comp ................................................. 3
               This course is a University requirement.                                               PM        MO260 7:00 - 8:15                TR................STAFF
EN 101BB 31593 Freshman Comp .................................................... 3                             This course is a University requirement.
               MO160 8:00 - 8:50               MWF ..............STAFF                            EN 102A 30405 Freshman English Honors .................................... 3
               This course is a University requirement.                                                         MO260 9:00 - 9:50              MWF.....Hoogenakker
EN 101C 30416 Freshman Comp .................................................... 3                                        CONSENT
               MO159 8:00 - 8:50               MWF ..............STAFF                                                    This course is a University requirement.
               This course is a University requirement.



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EN 102B       30406 Freshman English Honors..................................... 3
                                                                                                         Students enrolling for English 300 must take the Placement Exam.
                    MO259 12:00 - 12:50       MWF .... Hoogenakker
                         CONSENT                                                                                     Register in the English Department, MO258.
                    This course is a University requirement.                                                       See Page 10 for details on dates, times, location.
EN 102C       30407 Freshman English Honors..................................... 3                      Students who do not take the Placement Exam prior to the beginning of
                    MO259 11:00 - 11:50           TR ....................Stein                          the semester will not be permitted to remain in class (see prerequisite).
                         CONSENT
                    This course is a University requirement.                                            EN 300A      30452 Advanced Comp ................................................... 3
EN 133A       30409 Stories Around the World ..................................... 3                                       MO260 8:00 - 9:15                TR ..............Kennedy
                    MO180 9:00 - 9:50            MWF .............Sheldon                                                      EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                   PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                         Crosslisted w/EN393A                                                                                    GRADE C)
EN 135A       31518 Intro to Lit ............................................................. 3                           This course is a University requirement.
                    MO160 11:00 - 11:50                     MWF ............ Godman                     EN 300B      30463 Advanced Comp ................................................... 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             MO160 9:30 - 10:45               TR ................. Penner
EN 145A       31187 Shakespeare in Action........................................... 3                                         EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                    MO160 10:00 - 10:50           MWF ............ Godman                                                        PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                                                                                                                                 GRADE C)
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                           This course is a University requirement.
EN 178A       30410 Fantasy .................................................................. 3
                                                                                                        EN 300C      30464 Advanced Comp ................................................... 3
                    MO158 11:00 - 12:15                       TR ...............Sheldon
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             MO178 9:30 - 10:45               TR ......................Ray
                                                                                                                               EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                         Crosslisted w/EN393B
                                                                                                                                 PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
EN 192A       31206 Literature and Film ............................................... 3                                        GRADE C)
                    MO180 1:00 - 3:40                   W .................... Pruitt                                      This course is a University requirement.
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                        EN 300D      30465 Adv Comp-Teaching Emphasis............................ 3
                         Crosslisted w/EN393C
                                                                                                                           MO259 10:00 - 10:45          MWF.............Dimmitt
EN 200A       30411 Intermediate Comp................................................ 3
                                                                                                                               EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                    MO160 9:00 - 9:50              MWF ...............Siebert                                                    PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                         EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C)                                                                                 GRADE C)
EN 200B       31520 Intermediate Comp................................................ 3                                    This course is a University requirement.
                    MO178 11:00 - 12:15              TR .................Siebert                        EN 300E      30466 Adv Comp-Business Emphasis ............................ 3
                         EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C)
                                                                                                                           MO158 10:00 - 10:50          MWF............. Sheldon
EN 200VA 30412 Intermediate Comp-PLAN only ............................ 3                                                      EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
   Online                                                     STAFF                                                              PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                         EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C)                                                                                 GRADE C)
                         Crosslisted w/EN200VB                                                                             This course is a University requirement.
EN 200VB 31571 Intermediate Comp-No PLAN............................... 3                               EN 300F      30467 Adv Comp-Teaching Emphasis............................ 3
   Online      9:00 - 9:50             MWF ............. Fecteau                                                           MO259 11:00 - 11:50          MWF.............Dimmitt
                         EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C                                                                                EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                         Crosslisted w/EN200VA                                                                                   PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
EN 205A       30413 Creative Writing.................................................... 3                                       GRADE C)
                    MO260 9:30 - 10:45                  TR .....Averill/Fleury                                             This course is a University requirement.
                         EN101 OR CONSENT                                                               EN 300G      30468 Advanced Comp ................................................... 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             MO260 11:00 - 11:50            MWF...............Siebert
EN 205B       30414 Creative Writing.................................................... 3                                     EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                    MO260 11:00 - 12:15                 TR .....Fleury/Averill                                                   PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                         EN101 OR CONSENT                                                                                        GRADE C)
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             This course is a University requirement.
EN 208A       30435 Business & Technical Writing.............................. 3                        EN 300H      30469 Adv Comp-Pre-Law Emphasis............................. 3
                    MO18 9:30 - 10:45          TR ...............Sheldon                                                   MO381 11:00 - 11:50           TR ..............Kennedy
                         EN101 OR EN102                                                                                        EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                   PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
EN 208B       30436 Business & Technical Writing.............................. 3                                                 GRADE C)
                    MO18 11:00 - 12:15         TR ...............Sheldon                                                   This course is a University requirement.
                         EN101 OR EN102                                                                 EN 300I      30470 Adv Comp-Business Emhasis .............................. 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             MO160 12:00 - 12:50          MWF............. Sheldon
EN 208C       30437 Business & Technical Writing ........................... 3                                                 EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
    PM              MO18 5:30 - 6:45         MW ................Dawes                                                            PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
                         EN101 OR EN102                                                                                          GRADE C)
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                             This course is a University requirement.
EN 208D       30438 Business & Technical Writing ........................... 3                          EN 300J      30471 Advanced Comp ................................................... 3
    PM              MO18 7:00 - 8:15         MW ................Dawes                                                      MO178 1:00 - 2:15                TR ......................Ray
                         EN101 OR EN102                                                                                        EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                   PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
EN 214A       30450 Women & Literature .......................................... 3                                              GRADE C)
    PM              MO159 5:30 - 8:00                T....................... Ray                                          This course is a University requirement.
                    This course is part of the general education program.                               EN 300K      30472 Adv Comp-Teaching Emphasis............................ 3
                         Crosslisted w/EN393D & EN596GA                                                                    MO260 1:00 - 2:15             TR ..................Jordan
EN 225A       30451 Survey of English Literature................................. 3                                            EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                    MO259 9:00 - 9:50               MWF ........... Kennedy                                                      PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM
EN 299A       31557 Survey of Drama I............................................1 - 3                                           GRADE C)
                    GC131 11:00 - 12:15               TR ..................... Ray                                             This course is a University requirement.
                         Crosslisted w/TH206A




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EN 300L         30473 Advanced Comp.................................................... 3               EN 393B       31189 Fantasy Literature ................................................. 3
                      MO176 1:00 - 3:40                 M ............... Godman                                            MO158 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ............... Sheldon
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                                                 Crosslisted w/EN178A
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                           EN 393C       31592 Short Story, Short Film......................................... 3
                             GRADE C)                                                                                       MO180 1:00 - 3:40                W.................... Pruitt
              This course is a University requirement.                                                                          Crosslisted w/EN192A
EN 300M 30474 Advanced Comp.................................................... 3                       EN 393D       31193 Women and Literature....................................... 3
              MO176 1:00 - 3:40                 W ............... Godman                                    PM              MO159 5:30 - 8:00            T ...................... Ray
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                                                 Crosslisted w/EN214A & EN596GA
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                           EN 399A       30548 Principles of Playwriting ...................................... 3
                             GRADE C)                                                                                       GC33 1:00 - 3:40                 W.... Weiner/Stewart
                      This course is a University requirement.                                                                  Crosslisted w/HN201B, TH199A & TH399A
EN 300N         30475 Advanced Comp.................................................... 3               EN 510GA 30549 Modern English Grammar .................................... 3
                      MO259 1:00 - 3:40                 T......................Stein                                   MO177 10:00 - 10:50      MWF............ Faulkner
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                                                 Crosslisted w/EN310A
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                           EN 596GA 31437 Topics in Women & Lit...................................... 3
                             GRADE C)
                                                                                                            PM         MO159 5:30 - 8:00            T ...................... Ray
                      This course is a University requirement.                                                                  Crosslisted w/EN214A & EN393D
EN 300O         30477 Advanced Comp .................................................. 3
    PM                MO260 5:30 - 8:00                M ...........Tangeman
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                           FOREIGN LANGUAGE (FL, FR, GE, JP, SP)
                             GRADE C)                                                                        Modern Foreign Language Department – MO375
                      This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                        Arabic
EN 300P         31197 Advanced Comp .................................................. 3                FL 101A       31567 Beginning Arabic I ............................................... 4
    PM                MO175 5:30 - 8:00                T.............. Attebury                                             MO377 4:00 - 4:50              MTWR ...... Schbley, A
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                           Chinese
                             GRADE C)                                                                   FL 101B 31568           Beginning Chinese I............................................ 4
                      This course is a University requirement.                                                 PM               MO381 5:30 - 7:30              TR.........................Li
EN 300Q         31521 Advanced Comp .................................................. 3                French
    PM                MO160 5:30 - 8:00                W.................Penner                         FL 399A 31569           Cultural Differences: French ................................ 3
                           EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                         9/27 - 12/1/05          MO376 12:30 - 2:35           TR ..................Parker
                             PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                                                   CONSENT
                             GRADE C)                                                                                           Crosslisted w/FR599A & HN201C
               This course is a University requirement.                                                 FR    101A    30803 Beginning French I ............................................... 4
EN 300VA 31563 Advanced Comp-PLAN only ................................. 3                                                  MO378 10:00 - 10:50            MTWF ............ STAFF
8/22 - 9/23/05                                                Stewart                                   FR    101B    31207 Beginning French I ............................................... 4
      Online   EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                                                         MO378 12:00 - 12:50            MTWF ............ STAFF
                               PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                         FR    211A    30021 Intensive Grammar Review.................................. 3
                               GRADE C)                                                                                     MO376 1:00 - 1:50               MWF.............. STAFF
                           This course is a University requirement.                                                             FR102 OR CONSENT
                           Crosslisted w/EN300VB                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.
EN 300VB 31570 Advanced Comp--No PLAN .................................. 3                              FR    290A    31742 Study Abroad in France.................................6 - 15
8/22 - 9/23/05                                                Stewart                                                       ARR                                                   Parker
      Online   EN101 (MINIMUM GRADE C) & PASS EN300                                                                             CONSENT
                               PLACEMENT EXAM OR EN200 (MINIMUM                                         FR 306A 31548 La France Contemporaine .................................... 3
                               GRADE C)                                                                 9/27 - 12/1/05 MO376 10:00 - 12:05        TR ..................Parker
                           This course is a University requirement.                                                             FR212 OR CONSENT
                           Crosslisted w/EN300VA                                                        FR    390A    31744 Study Abroad in France.................................6 - 15
EN 306A         30543 Advanced Poetry Writing .................................. 3                                          ARR                                                   Parker
    PM                MO159 5:30 - 8:00           W..................Fleury                                                     CONSENT
EN 310A         30544 Modern English Grammar .................................... 3                     FR 599A 31565 Cultural Differences: French ................................ 3
                      MO177 10:00 - 10:50      MWF ............Faulkner                                 9/27 - 12/1/05 MO376 12:30 - 2:35          TR ..................Parker
                           Crosslisted w/EN510GA                                                                                ADMISSION TO MLS AND CONSENT
EN 330A   30071 American Lit I....................................................... 3                                         Crosslisted w/FL399A & HN201C
                MO137 11:00 - 12:15                  TR ..............Faulkner                          German
EN 332VA 31613 Lit of American West............................................. 3                      GE 101A       30042 Beginning German I ............................................. 4
   Online                                                                     Weed                                          MO378 11:00 - 11:50          MTRF ............... Vogel
                           This course is part of the general education program.                        GE 101B       31212 Beginning German I ............................................. 4
EN 337A         31255 Short Story ............................................................ 3                            MO381 1:00 - 1:50            MTWF ...............Lunte
                      MO259 9:30 - 10:45                      TR ...... Hoogenakker                     GE 207A       31607 Basic German Conversation ................................. 3
EN 360A         31254 World Lit I ............................................................ 3                            MO381 10:00 - 10:50           MWF.................Lunte
                      MO158 11:00 - 11:50                   MWF ........... Kennedy                                             GE102, 2 YRS HS GERMAN OR CONSENT
EN 374A         31522 Modern Literature .............................................. 3                GE 211A       30044 German Grammar Review.................................... 3
    PM                MO159 5:30 - 8:00                        M ...................Pruitt                                  MO381 9:30 - 10:45       TR .................. Vogel
EN 384A         30545 Publishing Lab ...................................................... 3                                   GE102 OR CONSENT
                      LLC 253 1:00 - 3:40                      T................... Fleury                                      This course is part of the general education program.
EN 385A         30546 Dir Reading/Writing/Resrch ............................1 - 3                      GE 290A       31537 Study Abroad in Austria................................6 - 15
                      ARR                                                               Stein                               ARR                                                  STAFF
                           CONSENT                                                                                              CONSENT
EN 393A         30547 Stories Around the World ..................................... 3                  GE 302A       31535 Intro to German Lit............................................... 3
                      MO180 9:00 - 9:50           MWF .............Sheldon                                                  MO376 11:00 - 11:50             MWF.................Lunte
                           Crosslisted w/EN133A                                                                                 GE212 OR CONSENT




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GE 374A       31250 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3           GG 102A       31470 World Regional Geography............................... 3
                    ARR                                                        Lunte                 PM              HC203 5:30 - 8:00       M....................Baffa
                        CONSENT                                                                                           This course is part of the general education program.
GE 374B       31451 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3           GG 304A       31156 Geography of KS .................................................. 3
                    ARR                                                        Vogel                                 HC208 1:00 - 2:15                MW....... Schmiedeler
                        CONSENT                                                                                           SOPH STATUS
GE 390A       31257 Study Abroad in Austria ................................6 - 15
                    ARR                                                  STAFF
                        CONSENT
Japanese                                                                                                              GEOLOGY (GL)
JP 101A       31585 Beginning Japanese I ............................................ 4                 Physics & Astronomy Department – ST108
                    MO381 3:00 - 3:50            MTWR........ Takahashi                          GL 101A       30031 Intro to Geology.................................................... 3
Spanish                                                                                                              ST111 9:00 - 11:40                    S .................Stallard
SP 101A       30043 Beginning Spanish I.............................................. 4                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                    MO377 9:00 - 9:50            MTWR.............STAFF                          GL 101B       31680 Intro to Geology.................................................... 3
SP   101B     31051 Beginning Spanish I.............................................. 4                              ST111 10:00 - 10:50               MWF.............. STAFF
                    MO377 10:00 - 10:50          MTWR.............STAFF                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
SP   101C     31052 Beginning Spanish I.............................................. 4          GL 101C       31681 Intro to Geology .................................................. 3
                    MO377 11:00 - 11:50          MTWR.............STAFF                              PM              ST111 5:30 - 6:45                  TR................STAFF
SP   101D     31053 Beginning Spanish I.............................................. 4                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                    MO377 12:00 - 12:50          MTWR.... Coletta-Ensley                         GL 101D       31682 Intro to Geology.................................................... 3
SP   101E     31539 Beginning Spanish I.............................................. 4                              ST111 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ................ STAFF
                    MO377 2:00 - 2:50            MTWR.... Coletta-Ensley                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
SP   102A     31055 Beginning Spanish II............................................. 4          GL 103A       30388 Historical Geology .............................................. 3
                    MO381 9:00 - 9:50             MTWF........ Rodriguez                             PM              ST103 5:30 - 8:10                 M.............. Gilliland
                        SP101 OR TWO YRS HS SPANISH OR CONSENT                                                            This course is part of the general education program.
                        This course is part of the general education program.
SP   102B     31306 Beginning Spanish II............................................. 4
                    MO377 1:00 - 1:50             MTWF........ Rodriguez
                        SP101 OR TWO YRS HS SPANISH OR CONSENT
                                                                                                                         HISTORY (HI)
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                     History Department – HC311
SP   102C     31223 Beginning Spanish II............................................. 4          HI   100A     30300 Survey-Early Wld Hist. ........................................ 3
                    MO377 3:00 - 3:50            MTWR.... Coletta-Ensley                                             CA300 12:00 - 1:15            MW............... STAFF
                        SP101 OR TWO YRS HS SPANISH OR CONSENT                                                            This course is part of the general education program.
                        This course is part of the general education program.                    HI   100B     31579 Survey-Early Wld Hist. ........................................ 3
SP   211A     31219 Spanish Grammar Review .................................... 3                                    HC308 11:00 - 12:15            TR ..................Prasch
                    MO378 9:00 - 9:50    MWF......Gonzalez-Abellas                                                        This course is part of the general education program.
                        SP102 OR CONSENT                                                         HI   100VA 30301 Survey-Early Wld Hist. ......................................... 3
                        This course is part of the general education program.                         Online                                                              Tucker
SP   211B     31422 Spanish Grammar Review .................................... 3                                         This course is part of the general education program.
                    MO381 11:00 - 11:50      MWF ......... Rodriguez                             HI   101A     30320 Chngng Wld Hist: Trad & Trans.......................... 3
                        SP102 OR CONSENT                                                                             HC204 9:00 - 9:50        MWF................ Morse
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                             This course is part of the general education program.
SP   290A     31544 Study Abroad in Latin America.....................6 - 15                     HI   101B     30348 Chngng Wld Hist: Trad & Trans.......................... 3
                    ARR                                            STAFF                                             HC6 11:00 - 11:50        MWF................ Morse
                        CONSENT
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
SP   291A     31545 Study Abroad in Spain ...................................6 - 15
                                                                                                 HI   102A     30365 Modern World History ......................................... 3
                    ARR                                                   STAFF
                                                                                                                     HC304 8:00 - 8:50           MWF................... Cott
                        CONSENT
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
SP   374A     31251 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3
                                                                                                 HI   102B     30366 Modern World History ...................................... 3
                    ARR                                                     STAFF
                        CONSENT
                                                                                                       PM            HC304 4:10 - 5:25         MW............... Prasch
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
SP   390A     31546 Study Abroad in Latin America.....................6 - 15
                                                                                                 HI   111A     30367 US History I.......................................................... 3
                    ARR                                            STAFF
                        CONSENT
                                                                                                                     HC308 8:00 - 8:50                   MWF................Dewar
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
SP   391A     31547 Study Abroad in Spain ...................................6 - 15
                                                                                                 HI   111B     31615 US History I.......................................................... 3
                    ARR                                                   STAFF
                        CONSENT                                                                                      HC8 9:00 - 9:50                     MWF.............. STAFF
SP   399A     31543 History &Lit. of Latin America ............................ 3                                         This course is part of the general education program.
                    HC6 12:00 - 1:15         MW.......Gonzalez-Abellas                           HI   111C     30455 US History I.......................................................... 3
                        CONSENT                                                                                      HC304 1:30 - 2:45                    MW..............Wagnon
                        Crosslisted w/HI300A                                                                              This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                 HI   111D     30456 US History I......................................................... 3
                                                                                                       PM            HC303 4:10 - 5:25                   MW.............Wagnon
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
                 GEOGRAPHY (GG)                                                                  HI   111E     31616 US History I......................................................... 3
            Political Science Department – HC225                                                       PM            HC308 5:30 - 6:45                   MW...............STAFF
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
GG 101A       30449 Intro to Geography ................................................ 3
                                                                                                 HI   111F     30458 US History I.......................................................... 3
                    HC208 9:30 - 10:45                 TR ........Schmiedeler
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                        HC104 8:00 - 9:15                     TR .............. Hawkins
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
GG 101B       30665 Intro to Geography ................................................ 3
                                                                                                 HI   111G     30607 US History I.......................................................... 3
                    HC208 11:00 - 12:15                TR ........Schmiedeler
                        This course is part of the general education program.                                        HC104 9:30 - 10:45                    TR .............. Hawkins
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.


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HI    111VA 31213 US History I .......................................................... 3           HN 201B        31779 Principles Of Playwriting ..................................... 3
      Online                                                                     Morse                                     GC33 1:00 - 3:40                W................. Weiner
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
HI    112A      31619 US History II......................................................... 3                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC8 10:00 - 10:50                   MWF ..............STAFF                                               Crosslisted w/EN399A, TH199A & TH399A
                           This course is part of the general education program.                      HN 201C 31780 Cultural Differences: French ................................ 3
HI    112B      30613 US History II......................................................... 3        9/27 - 12/1/05 MO376 12:30 - 2:35          TR ..................Parker
                      HC6 11:00 - 12:15                     TR ........... Mactavish                                            ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                                Crosslisted w/FL399A & FR599A
HI    112C      30614 US History II......................................................... 3
                                                                                                      HN 202A        31314 History OF U.S. Women ...................................... 3
                      HC103 1:00 - 2:15                     TR .............. Goossen
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           HC305 9:30 - 10:45          TR .............. Goossen
                                                                                                                                ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
HI    112D      30615 US History II......................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC308 4:00 - 5:15                     TR ....................Ortiz                                        Crosslisted w/HI315A
                           This course is part of the general education program.                      HN 202B        31315 Mock Trial ............................................................ 3
HI    112E      31240 US History II........................................................ 3                              HC206 2:00 - 5:00                      TR ....................Cann
       PM             HC308 5:30 - 6:45                    TR ...................Ortiz                                          ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
HI    299A      30018 History Forum ....................................................... 3         HN 202C        31316 Mod & Contemp Political Theory........................ 3
                      HC303 8:00 - 9:15                    TR .............. Wagnon                                        HC217 11:00 - 11:50      MWF............ Freeman
                           ANY THREE 100 LEVEL HI COURSES                                                                       ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
HI    300A      31581 HI & Literature of Latin Ameri ............................ 3                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC6 12:00 - 1:15           MW .................Morse                                                      Crosslisted w/PO334A
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                     HN 202D        31317 History of Economic Thought.............................. 3
                           Crosslisted w/SP399A                                                                            HC307 12:00 - 1:15       MW.....................Ball
HI    300B      31586 History & Film .................................................... 3                                     ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
       PM             HC304 5:30 - 8:00                   T.................. Prasch                                            This course is part of the general education program.
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                                               Crosslisted w/EC310A
HI    303A      31620 Colonial America to 1763..................................... 3                 HN 202E        31781 Kansas Folklore .................................................... 3
                      HC8 11:00 - 11:50          MWF ..............STAFF                                                   MO259 1:00 - 3:40                     R .......Averill/Chinn
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                                               ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
HI    315A      31582 Women in US History........................................... 3                                          This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC305 9:30 - 10:45            TR .............. Goossen                         HN 203A        31318 Science, Tech, & Modern World.......................... 3
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                                          GC231 12:00 – 1:15       MW...............Bainum
                           Crosslisted w/HN202A                                                                                 ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
HI    322A      31564 Kansas History ...................................................... 3                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC118 1:00 - 2:15                    TR ........... Mactavish                   HN 203B        31783 Beautiful Equations .............................................. 3
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                                          HC305 1:00 - 2:15                MW.............LaLonde
HI    354A      31566 History of Middle East.......................................... 3                                        ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
                      HC103 10:00 - 10:50           MWF ...............Tucker                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                           3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT                                                     HN 399A        31319 Honors Thesis .................................................. 1 - 6
HI    397A      30630 Internshp in Hist Agencies.................................... 3                                     ARR                                                      LaLonde
                      ARR                                                Wagnon                                                 CONSENT
                           HI111, HI112, 6 HRS UPPER DIV HI AND CONSENT
HI    398A      30631 Directed Readings ............................................1 - 6
                      ARR                                                        Prasch
                           MAJORS ONLY, SR STATUS AND CONSENT                                                     HUMAN SERVICES (HS)
HI    399A      31624 Historical Methods & Research ........................ 3                                    Human Services Department – BE203
       PM             HC305 5:30 - 6:45        MW ............ Wagnon                                 HS 100A        30756 Orientation to Human Services ............................ 3
                           HI111, HI112, HI299 & TWO OF WORLD
                             HISTORY COURSES
                                                                                                                           MO158 1:00 - 2:15                     TR ............ McMillen
HI    500GA 31622 History & Film .................................................... 3               HS 131A        30966 Human Development............................................ 3
       PM         HC304 5:30 - 8:00                   T.................. Prasch                                           BE211 9:30 - 10:45                    TR .....................Ford
HI    598GA 31253 Directed Readings............................................1 - 6                  HS 131EA       30967 Human Development.......................................... 3
                  ARR                                                        Prasch                       PM               BE211 5:30 - 8:00                      W ....................Ford
                                                                                                      HS 131VA       30968 Human Development ............................................ 3
                                                                                                         Online            kurt.gunnell@washburn.edu                                   Gunnell
                                                                                                      HS 201A        30969 Victimology .......................................................... 3
                          HEALTH (HL)                                                                                      BE305 1:00 - 3:45                       T ..................Ogawa
     Health & Physical Education Department – PC201                                                   HS 202VA       31246 Victim/Survivor Services ...................................... 3
HL 152A         30598 Personal & Community Health............................. 3                         Online                                                                         STAFF
                      PC221 9:00 - 9:50               MWF ................. Wohl                      HS 210VA       30970 Intro to Addictions ................................................ 3
HL 200A         30599 EMT Training ..................................................... 6               Online            john.colligan@washburn.edu                                 Colligan
    PM                PC226 6:00 - 9:50          MWF.. Underhill/Bloomar                              HS 211EA       30971 Addictions Treatment ........................................ 3
                                                                                                          PM               MO137 5:30 - 8:00                       T ...................Moses
                                                                                                      HS 212VA       31248 Addiction Services Coord ..................................... 3
                                                                                                         Online     diane.munro-seymour@washburn.edu Munro-Seymour
                          HONORS (HN)                                                                 HS 221A 31249 Comm Methds Children/Youth ............................ 3
                                  Morgan 275                                                                        BE301 11:00 - 11:50       MWF................... Ellis
                                                                                                                                HS220 OR CONSENT
HN 201A         31308 Asian Literature..................................................... 3
                                                                                                      HS 232VA 31705 Intro Community MH Services ............................. 3
                      MO280 2:30 – 3:45                   MW ..............Sheldon
                           ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
                                                                                                         Online      gwen.petersen@washburn.edu                      Petersen, G
                           This course is part of the general education program.                      HS 240A 30972 Intro to Dev. Disabilities ...................................... 3
                                                                                                                     CA300 11:00 - 1:40                R .................Skinner


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HS 240VA 30973 Intro to Dev. Disabilities ...................................... 3                       HS 380A         31001 Internship III ......................................................... 3
   Online      dave.skinner@washburn.edu                              Skinner                                                  ARR W/HS FACULTY ADVISOR                                       STAFF
HS 241A 30974 Applied Behavioral Intervntns.............................. 3                                                         HS281, HS300, HS302 AND CONSENT
               ST101 11:00 - 1:40                T................. Skinner                              HS 380VA 31002 Internship III......................................................... 3
HS 241VA 30976 Applied Behavioral Intervntns .............................. 3                               Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                               Wilkinson
   Online      dave.skinner                                           Skinner                                                       HS281, HS300, HS302 AND CONSENT
HS 243XA 30978 Fund Amer Sign Language ................................ 3                                HS 381VA 31003 Internship III – PLAN 2+2 only ........................... 3
    PM         5:30 - 8:00                       M ................ STAFF                                   Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                  Wilkinson
               Classes held at KNI, 3107 W 21 St.                                                                                   HS281, HS300, HS302 AND CONSENT
                (Wheatland Building)                                                                     HS 390A         31709 Morita Methods in Counseling............................. 3
HS 250VA 30979 Becoming A Helping Profesnl............................... 3                                                    BE305 1:00 - 3:45          W..................Ogawa
                                                                                                                                    JR STATUS
   Online      diane.mcmillen@washburn.edu                         McMillen
                            HS100 AND HC131
                                                                                                         HS 390WA 31710 Eastern Therapies/Intrv Strat................................ 3
HS 251EA 30982 Case Management............................................... 3                          9/30 -10/30/05 BE211 ..........................................................Ogawa
    PM         MO179 5:30 - 8:00              M ............ McMillen                                                   F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00
                            HS100 AND HS131 OR CONSENT                                                                  Meets 9/30 – 10/2, 10/28 – 10/30
                            Crosslisted w/HS305EA                                                                                   JR STATUS
HS 260A          30984 Directed Study in HS .......................................1 - 3                 HS 411EA 31261 Family Issues/Human Services.......................... 3
                       ARR                                                    STAFF                          PM         BE211 5:30 - 8:00         R ............... Gunnell
                            CONSENT OF FACULTY AND CHAIR                                                                            JR/SR STATUS
HS 270VA 31258 Theories in Aging .................................................. 3                    HS 415EA 31008 Adv Methds Addictn Counsling........................ 3
   Online      deborah.altus@washburn.edu                                        Altus                       PM         BE207 5:30 - 8:00       W .................Doolin
HS 280A 30985 Internship I ............................................................ 3                                           JR/SR STATUS, HS210 RECOMMENDED
               ARR W/HS FACULTY ADVISOR                                      STAFF                       HS 445A         31009 Legal Ethical & Policy Issues .............................. 3
                            HS100, HS121, AT LEAST ONE COURSE IN                                                               BE305 1:00 - 3:45            M................Petersen
                              EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT                                                                             JR/SR STATUS
HS 280VA 30987 Internship I............................................................ 3                HS 450VA 31010 Multicultural Issues in HS .................................... 3
   Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                               Wilkinson                          Online      paula.daoust@washburn.edu                             Daoust
                            HS100, HS121, AT LEAST ONE COURSE IN                                                                    JR/SR STATUS
                              EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT                                                                             Crosslisted w/HS550GV
HS 281A          30986 Internship II........................................................... 3        HS 481A         31011 Internship IV......................................................... 3
                       ARR W/HS FACULTY ADVISOR                                      STAFF                                     ARR W/HS FACULTY ADVISOR                                     STAFF
                            HS250, HS280, AT LEAST TWO COURSES IN                                                                   HS380, HS325, HS330, UPPER DIV COURSE IN
                              EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT                                                                               EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT
HS 281VA 30992 Internship II........................................................... 3                HS 481VA 31012 Internship IV ......................................................... 3
   Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                               Wilkinson                          Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                               Wilkinson
                            HS250, HS280, AT LEAST TWO COURSES IN                                                                   HS380, HS325, HS330, UPPER DIV COURSE IN
                              EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT                                                                               EMPHASIS AREA AND CONSENT
HS 290EA 31707 Juvenile Justice.................................................... 3                    HS 495A         31013 Program Evaluation .............................................. 3
    PM         MO175 5:30 - 8:00                    W........... Alexander                                                     BE301 1:00 - 3:45                  R .....................Altus
                            Crosslisted w/CJ270EA                                                                                   HS300, HS302
HS 290XA 30989 Intrmd Amer Sign Language II......................... 3                                                              Crosslisted w/HS595GA
    PM         5:30 - 8:00                 R ................ STAFF                                      HS 498VA 31712 Sr Hum Svcs Capstone Sem.................................. 3
               Classes held at KNI, 3107 W 21 St.                                                           Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                  Wilkinson
                                                                                                                                    MAJORS ONLY
                 (Wheatland Building)
                                                                                                         HS 550GV 31014 Multicultural Issues in HS .................................... 3
HS 300VA 30990 Prevention in Human Services.............................. 3
                                                                                                            Online      paula.daoust@washburn.edu                             Daoust
   Online      iris.wilkinson@washburn.edu                 Wilkinson                                                                Crosslisted w/HS450VA
                            JR STATUS
                                                                                                         HS 595GA 31015 Program Evaluation .............................................. 3
HS 302VA 30991 Social Change & Advocacy HS ............................ 3
                                                                                                                        BE301 1:00 - 3:45                  R .....................Altus
   Online      paula.daoust@washburn.edu                      Daoust                                                                Crosslisted w/HS495A
                            JR STATUS
HS 305EA 31241 Case Management............................................... 3
    PM         MO179 5:30 - 8:00              M ............ McMillen
                            JR STATUS
                            Crosslisted w/HS251EA
                                                                                                                    INTENSIVE ENGLISH (IE)
HS 310EA 30993 Human Sexuality ................................................. 3                                      Intensive English Center --- MO375
    PM         BE301 5:30 - 8:00                 M ................ Wright                                      INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (NEW & RETURNING)
                            JR STATUS                                                                            MUST ENROLL IN THE INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
HS 315EA 31708 Subs Abuse & Oth Disabilities........................... 3                                IE    071A 31349 Basic Grammar & Structures ............................... 3
    PM         HC207 5:30 - 8:00          R ........... Wilkinson                                                         MO178 2:30 - 4:30         MW............... STAFF
                            JR STATUS                                                                                               CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
HS 325VA 30998 Group Work in Human Services ........................... 3                                                             DEGREE
   Online      diane.munro-seymour@washburn.edu Munro-Seymour                                            IE    072A      31350 Basic Reading Comprehension ............................ 3
                            JR STATUS                                                                                          MO378 1:00 - 2:00      MTWR ............ STAFF
HS 325EA 30997 Group Work in Human Services....................... 3                                                                CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
    PM         BE305 5:30 - 8:00      T............ Olberding                                                                         DEGREE
                            JR STATUS                                                                    IE    073EA 31351 Basic Spkng & Understanding .......................... 3
HS 330VA 30999 Theories of Intervention in HS.............................. 3                                   PM         MO377 5:30 - 7:30       MW...............STAFF
   Online      deborah.altus@washburn.edu                            Altus                                                          CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
                            JR STATUS                                                                                                 DEGREE
HS 360A          31000 Directed Study in HS .......................................1 - 3                 IE    074A      31352 Basic Academic Writing....................................... 3
                       ARR                                                    STAFF                                            MO178 2:30 - 4:30            TR ................ STAFF
                            CONSENT OF FACULTY AND CHAIR                                                                            CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
                                                                                                                                      DEGREE



                                                                                                    30
IE   100A     31784 Intensive English................................................... 3        IS    375A      31670 Women And Popular Culture ............................... 3
                    MO378 8:00 - 9:50                   TR ................STAFF                                        GC231 1:30 - 4:00          T ................Sullivan
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                                                 Crosslisted w/AR399B, SO300B, TH399B
                          DEGREE                                                                  IS    389VA 31107 Capstone Development ......................................... 1
IE   101A     31353 Grammar & Structures I ....................................... 3                    Online                                                                STAFF
                    MO178 2:30 - 4:30            MW ...............STAFF                          IS    390VA 31108 Capstone Project .................................................. 2
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                            Online                                                                STAFF
                          DEGREE
IE   102A     31354 Reading Comprehension I .................................... 3
                    MO378 1:00 - 2:00       MTWR.............STAFF
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                                    KANSAS STUDIES (KS)
                          DEGREE
IE   103EA 31355 Speaking & Understanding I ............................. 3                                    Political Science Department – HC225
      PM         MO377 5:30 - 7:30      MW .............. STAFF                                   AR 399A         31531 Documentary Photo (Small Kansas Towns) ............. 3
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                                            AB216 1:00 - 3:45                MW..............Wanless
                          DEGREE                                                                  EN 101C         30416 Freshman Comp (Kansas Emphasis) ....................... 3
IE   104A     31356 Academic Writing I............................................... 3                                 MO159 8:00 - 8:50               MWF.............. STAFF
                    MO178 2:30 - 4:30                TR ................STAFF                                           This course is a University requirement.
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                      EN 101P         30428 Freshman Comp (Kansas Emphasis) ....................... 3
                          DEGREE                                                                                        MO260 12:00 - 12:50             MWF.............. STAFF
IE   201A     31357 Grammar & Structures II ...................................... 3                                    This course is a University requirement.
                    MO179 2:30 - 4:30            MW ...............STAFF                          GG 304A         31156 Geography of KS .................................................. 3
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                                            HC208 1:00 - 2:15                MW....... Schmiedeler
                          DEGREE                                                                                             SOPH STATUS
IE   202A     31358 Reading Comprehension II ................................... 3                GL 103A         30388 Historical Geology (Kansas Emphasis) ................ 3
                    LLC 254 1:00 - 2:00     MTWR.............STAFF                                    PM                ST103 5:30 - 8:10           M.............. Gilliland
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                          DEGREE                                                                  HI    322A      31564 Kansas History...................................................... 3
IE   203EA 31359 Speaking & Understanding II............................ 3                                              HC118 1:00 - 2:15                   TR ............Mactavish
      PM         MO 378 5:30 - 7:30     MW .............. STAFF                                                              3 HRS OF HI OR CONSENT
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD                                      HN 202E         31781 Kansas Folklore .................................................... 3
                          DEGREE
                                                                                                                        MO259 1:00 - 3:40                     R .......Averill/Chinn
IE   204EA 31360 Academic Writing II ........................................... 3                                           ADMISSION TO HONORS PROGRAM
      PM         MO 378 5:30 - 7:30             TR ............... STAFF                                                     This course is part of the general education program.
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
                                                                                                  PO 107A         30252 Amer State & Local Gov't .................................... 3
                          DEGREE
                                                                                                                        HC207 10:00 - 10:50        MWF.................Smith
IE   294EA 31361 Academic Writing III ......................................... 3
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
      PM         MO 378 5:30 - 7:30            TR ............... STAFF
                        CONSENT/CREDIT NOT APPLICABLE TOWARD
                                                                                                  PO 107B         30253 Amer State & Local Gov't .................................... 3
                          DEGREE                                                                                        HC217 8:00 - 9:15            TR ...................Smith
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.


INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (IS)
           College of Arts and Sciences – MO108
                                                                                                       LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (LE)
IS   100A  31102 College Experience ............................................... 2                                             Henderson 101
                 GC131 9:00 - 9:50                MW ...............STAFF                         LE    100A      31267 Explore Concept of Ldrship ................................. 3
IS   100B 31103 College Experience ............................................... 2                                    BE301 1:00 - 2:15           MW......... Hawthorne
                 CA300 10:00 - 10:50              MW ...............STAFF                         LE    100B      31268 Explore Concept of Ldrship ................................. 3
IS   100C 31104 College Experience ............................................... 2                                    LLC 254 11:00 - 12:15        TR .......... Hawthorne
                 GC33 11:00 - 11:50               MW ...............STAFF                         LE    200A      31347 Ethics & Rspbilities of Ldrshp ............................. 3
IS   100D 31105 College Experience ............................................... 2                                    BE207 1:00 - 2:15            TR .......... Hawthorne
                 GC33 1:00 - 1:50                  TR ................STAFF                                                  LE100
IS   100EA 31601 College Experience.............................................. 2               LE    400A      31348 Leadership Internship ........................................... 3
      PM         MO177 6:00 - 6:50                MW .............. STAFF                                               ARR                                                    Forbach
                                                                                                                             LE300 AND CONSENT
IS   170A 31106 Library Research Strategies .................................. 1
                 HC103 12:00 - 12:50                W ...... Renn-Scanlan
                        This course is part of the general education program.
IS   180A     31852 Int To Peace, Just & Conf Res.............................. 3                                LEGAL STUDIES (LG)
                    HC104 9:00 - 9:50              MWF ..............STAFF
IS   201XA    31764 Study Abroad - North America......................1 - 18
                                                                                                       Office, Legal & Technology Department – BE311
                                                                                                  LG 100A         30859 Intro to Paralegalism............................................. 3
                    ARR                                                    Bremer
                                                                                                                        BE301 9:00 - 9:50                    MWF............... Martin
IS   202XA    31766 Study Abroad - Latin America.......................1 - 18
                    ARR                                                    Bremer                 LG 150EA        30868 Computers in the Law Office ............................ 3
IS   203XA    31767 Study Abroad - Europe ..................................1 - 18                    PM                BE212 5:30 - 6:45                     MW................Sutton
                                                                                                  LG 200A         30869 Intro to Law .......................................................... 3
                    ARR                                                    Bremer
                                                                                                                        BE301 10:00 - 10:50                  MWF............... Martin
IS   204XA    31768 Study Abroad - Asia.......................................1 - 18
                                                                                                  LG 200VA        30879 Intro to Law .......................................................... 3
                    ARR                                                    Bremer
                                                                                                     Online             kay.rute@washburn.edu                                             Rute
IS   205XA    31769 Study Abroad - Oceania.................................1 - 18
                    ARR                                                    Bremer                 LG 215EA        31320 Property Law ...................................................... 3
IS   206XA    31770 Study Abroad - Africa....................................1 - 18                   PM                BE211 7:00 - 9:30                       M.................STAFF
                                                                                                                             LG100, LG200 OR CONSENT
                    ARR                                                    Bremer
                                                                                                  LG 220A         31600 Wills & Estate Admin. ......................................... 3
IS   220XA    31765 Study Abroad - Apprvd Extrn Prog ...............1 - 18
                                                                                                                        BE305 11:00 - 11:50          MWF............... Martin
                    ARR                                                    Bremer                                            LG100, LG200 OR CONSENT


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LG 250EA 30883 Legal Research I.................................................. 3                      MA 110A   30038 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
    PM         BE301 5:30 - 6:45                 TR ................. Befort                                             MO280 8:00 - 8:50           MWF................Driver
                           LG200 OR CONSENT                                                                                  MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
LG 300A         31323 Legal Writing ........................................................ 3                                 BOUND STUDENTS
                      BE301 9:30 - 10:45                    TR .................... Rute                                     This course is part of the general education program.
                           LG250 OR CONSENT                                                              MA 110B   30026 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
LG 310A         31324 Interviewing & Investigation ................................ 3                                    MO280 9:00 - 9:50           MWF................Driver
                      BE301 11:00 - 12:15          TR .................... Rute                                              MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
                           LG100, LG200 OR LG250, OR CONSENT                                                                   BOUND STUDENTS
LG 345EA 30977 Criminal Law....................................................... 3                                         This course is part of the general education program.
    PM         HC204 7:00 - 8:15                  TR ..................... Fox                           MA 110C   30037 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
                           LG100, LG200 OR CONSENT                                                                       MO179 11:00 - 11:50         MWF................Driver
LG 360A         30981 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3                                     MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
                      ARR                                                          Rute                                        BOUND STUDENTS
                           CONSENT                                                                                           This course is part of the general education program.
LG 360B         30983 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3                 MA 110D   30128 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
                      ARR                                                      Martin                                    MO280 12:00 - 12:50         MWF................... Pitts
                           CONSENT                                                                                           MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
                                                                                                                               BOUND STUDENTS
LG 405A         31775 Litigation II ........................................................... 3
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC206 10:00 - 10:50                    MWF .................. Rute
                           LG305 OR CONSENT
                                                                                                         MA 110E   30025 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
LG 410EA 31773 Bankruptcy & Collections.................................. 3                                              MO280 1:00 - 1:50           MWF................... Pitts
                                                                                                                             MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
    PM         HC204 7:00 - 9:30          W......... Williamson                                                                BOUND STUDENTS
                           LG100, LG200, & LG250 OR CONSENT
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
LG 450A         31774 Internship .........................................................2 - 3
                                                                                                         MA 110F   31167 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
                      ARR                                                                 Rute
                                                                                                                         MO180 9:30 - 10:45            TR .................Mower
                           CONSENT
                                                                                                                             MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
                                                                                                                               BOUND STUDENTS
                                                                                                                             This course is part of the general education program.
             LIBERAL STUDIES (LS)                                                                        MA 110G   31654 Exploring Mathematics ........................................ 3
                                                                                                                         MO179 1:30 - 2:45             TR .................Mower
                               Morgan Hall 253                                                                               MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
LS    501GA 31505 Human Body: Sci & Imagination...................... 3                                                        BOUND STUDENTS
       PM         MO160 5:30 - 8:00       T.............. Faulkner                                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                           ADMISSION TO MLS PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                           MA 110H   30362 Exploring Mathematics...................................... 3
LS    503GA 31506 Human Body: Sci & Imagination...................... 3                                      PM          MO280 7:00 - 8:15         MW........ Henderson
       PM         MO160 5:30 - 8:00       T.......... Wagner, T.                                                             MA104 OR EQUIV. - NOT INTENDED FOR CALC
                           ADMISSION TO MLS PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                                                 BOUND STUDENTS
LS    590GA 31111 Special Topics ..................................................1 - 6                                     This course is part of the general education program.
                  ARR                                                       Faulkner                     MA 116A   30024 College Algebra .................................................... 3
                           ADMISSION TO MLS PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                                           MO177 8:00 - 8:50                 MWF........... Beckman
LS    599GA 31112 Capstone Project ................................................... 3                                     MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
                  ARR                                                     Faulkner                                             REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                           ADMISSION TO MLS PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                                               This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                         MA 116B   30028 College Algebra .................................................... 3
                                                                                                                         MO177 9:00 - 9:50                 MWF........... Beckman
                                                                                                                             MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS (MA)                                                                                                  REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
     Mathematics and Statistics Department – MO275                                                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                         MA 116C   30130 College Algebra .................................................... 3
MA 103A         30328 Basic Algebra........................................................ 3
                                                                                                                         MO179 9:00 - 9:50                 MWF................... Pitts
                      MO175 10:00 - 10:50                MWF ..............STAFF
                                                                                                                             MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
MA 103B         30322 Basic Algebra........................................................ 3                                  REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                      MO175 11:00 - 11:50                MWF ..............STAFF                                             This course is part of the general education program.
MA 103C         30324 Basic Algebra........................................................ 3            MA 116D   30123 College Algebra .................................................... 3
    PM                MO278 5:30 - 6:45                   MW ........ Wiechert Jr                                        MO179 10:00 - 10:50               MWF................... Pitts
MA 104A         30271 Intermediate Algebra ............................................ 3                                    MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
                      MO176 10:00 - 10:50                MWF ....................Gill                                          REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
MA 104B         30027 Intermediate Algebra ............................................ 3                MA 116E   30126 College Algebra .................................................... 3
                      MO176 11:00 - 11:50            MWF ....................Gill                                        MO177 11:00 - 11:50               MWF........... Beckman
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                                                 MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
MA 104C         30272 Intermediate Algebra ............................................ 3                                      REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                      MO179 11:00 - 12:15              TR ....................Ohm                                            This course is part of the general education program.
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                             MA 116F   30132 College Algebra .................................................... 3
MA 104D         30023 Intermediate Algebra ............................................ 3                                MO177 12:00 - 1:15                 MW................. Wurtz
                      MO175 1:30 - 2:45                TR ....................Ohm                                            MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                                                   REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
MA 104E         30282 Intermediate Algebra.......................................... 3                                       This course is part of the general education program.
    PM                MO177 5:30 - 6:45             TR ................ Milner                           MA 116G   30133 College Algebra .................................................... 3
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                                             MO177 1:30 - 2:45                  MW................. Wurtz
MA 104F         30283 Intermediate Algebra.......................................... 3                                       MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR
    PM                MO177 7:00 - 8:15            MW ................ Glynn                                                   REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                           MA103 OR DEMONSTRATED EQUIVALENCE                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.



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MA 116H        30135 College Algebra .................................................... 3               MA 140E   30340 Statistics ................................................................ 3
                     MO177 8:00 - 9:15                   TR ................. Driver                                      MO278 9:30 - 10:45                         TR ............ Blumberg
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116I        30136 College Algebra .................................................... 3               MA 140F   30341 Statistics ................................................................ 3
                     MO177 9:30 - 10:45                  TR ............... Willson                                       MO176 9:30 - 10:45                         TR .........Wasserstein
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116J        30248 College Algebra .................................................... 3               MA 140G   30342 Statistics ................................................................ 3
                     MO177 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ............... Willson                                       MO176 11:00 - 12:15                        TR ...................Liang
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116K        30249 College Algebra .................................................... 3               MA 140H   31174 Statistics ................................................................ 3
                     MO177 1:30 - 2:45                   TR .......... Gahnstrom                                          MO180 1:30 - 2:45                          TR ...................Liang
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116L        30250 College Algebra .................................................... 3               MA 140I   31656 Statistics ................................................................ 3
                     MO177 2:50 - 4:05                   TR .......... Gahnstrom                                          MO180 2:50 - 4:05                          TR ...................Liang
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116M 30137 College Algebra ................................................... 3                       MA 140J   30344 Statistics ............................................................... 3
    PM        MO280 5:30 - 6:45                  TR ................. Nason                                   PM          MO280 5:30 - 6:45                        MW........ Henderson
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116N        30251 College Algebra ................................................... 3                MA 140K   30345 Statistics ............................................................... 3
    PM               MO180 7:00 - 8:15                 MW ................ Nason                              PM          MO278 7:00 - 8:15                        MW............. Bruning
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   REQ/T183 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 116VA 31168 College Algebra (online) ...................................... 3                          MA 141A   30346 Applied Calculus I ................................................ 3
   Online                                                         LaLonde                                                 MO179 9:30 - 10:45                 TR .......... Gahnstrom
                          MA104 OR EQUIV - GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                  MA116 OR MA123 OR EQUIV - GRAPHICS
                            REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV                                                                                   CALCULATOR REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 117A        30329 Trigonometry ........................................................ 3              MA 141B   30347 Applied Calculus I ................................................ 3
                     MO280 9:30 - 10:45                   TR ............. Riveland                                       MO278 12:00 - 1:15                 TR ...............Schmidt
                          MA116 OR EQUIV, GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                   MA116 OR MA123 OR EQUIV - GRAPHICS
                            REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV                                                                                    CALCULATOR REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 117B        31655 Trigonometry ........................................................ 3              MA 141C   31175 Applied Calculus I ................................................ 3
                     MO280 1:30 - 2:45                    TR ............. Riveland                                       MO278 1:30 - 2:45                  TR ...............Schmidt
                          MA116 OR EQUIV, GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                   MA116 OR MA123 OR EQUIV - GRAPHICS
                            REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV                                                                                    CALCULATOR REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 123A        30330 Pre-Calculus ..........................................................3             MA 141D   30349 Applied Calculus I .............................................. 3
                     MO180 10:00 - 10:50                  MWF ................. Cook                          PM          MO180 5:30 - 6:45                TR................STAFF
                          MA116 OR EQUIV, GRAPHIC CALCULATOR                                                                   MA116 OR MA123 OR EQUIV - GRAPHICS
                            REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV                                                                                    CALCULATOR REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
MA 140A        30343 Statistics ................................................................ 3        MA 142A   31278 Applied Calculus II............................................. 3
                     MO278 9:00 - 9:50                        MWF ...............Mosier                       PM          MO278 5:30 - 6:45               TR............Anderson
                          MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR                                                                 MA141 AND MA117 OR CONSENT - GRAPHICS
                            REQ/T183 OR EQUIV                                                                                   CALCULATOR REQ/TI83 OR EQUIV
                          This course is part of the general education program.                           MA 145A   30036 Math for Decision Making................................. 3
MA 140B        30332 Statistics ................................................................ 3            PM          MO278 7:00 - 8:15        TR............Anderson
                     MO278 10:00 - 10:50                      MWF ...............Mosier                                        MA116 OR MA123 OR EQUIV - GRAPHICS CALC
                          MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR                                                                   REQ/TI-83 OR EQUIV
                            REQ/T183 OR EQUIV                                                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                          This course is part of the general education program.                           MA 151A   30350 Calc & Analytic Geometry I................................. 5
MA 140C        30331 Statistics ................................................................ 3                        MO180 8:00 - 8:50      MTWRF ...............Cook
                     MO278 12:00 - 12:50                      MWF ...............Mosier                                        MA117 OR MA123 OR 4 YRS OF HS MATH,
                          MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR                                                                   INCLUDING TRIGONOMETRY
                            REQ/T183 OR EQUIV                                                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                          This course is part of the general education program.                           MA 151B   30351 Calc & Analytic Geometry I................................. 5
MA 140D        30339 Statistics ................................................................ 3                        MO180 11:00 - 11:50    MTWRF ...............Cook
                     MO278 8:00 - 9:15                          TR ............Blumberg                                        MA117 OR MA123 OR 4 YRS OF HS MATH,
                          MA110 OR MA116 OR EQUIV - CALCULATOR                                                                   INCLUDING TRIGONOMETRY
                            REQ/T183 OR EQUIV                                                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                          This course is part of the general education program.                           MA 152A   30020 Calc & Analytic Geometry II ............................... 5
                                                                                                                          MO176 8:00 - 8:50      MTWRF ..... Charlwood
                                                                                                                               MA151

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MA 153A       30019 Calc & Analytic Geometry III .............................. 3                  MM 310A         30230 TV Production I .................................................... 3
                    MO278 11:00 - 11:50      MWF ........ Charlwood                                                      HC6 1:00 - 2:15                     TR ..............Cranston
                         MA152                                                                                                MM210, MM309 OR CONSENT
MA 206A       30039 Discrete Math for Computing ............................... 3                  MM 319A         30240 Public Relations.................................................... 3
                    MO179 8:00 - 9:15          TR .......... Gahnstrom                                                   HC217 10:00 - 10:50               MWF.............. Menzie
                         MA116 & PH110 OR CM111 OR CONSENT                                                                    MM202
                         This course is part of the general education program.                     MM 320A         30241 Advanced Newswriting ...................................... 3
MA 228A       30208 Math for Elem. Educators..................................... 4                    PM                HC7 5:30 - 8:15              R ................. Cassell
                    MO280 11:00 - 11:50        MWF .............. Mower                                                       MM202 OR CONSENT
                         MA116 OR EQUIVALENT                                                       MM 321A         30073 Publication Technology........................................ 3
MA 228AA 30212 Math for Elem. Educators..................................... 0                                           HC7 9:30 - 10:45              TR ................ Menzie
               CA304 11:00 - 12:15           R.................. Mower                                                        MM202 OR CONSENT
                         MA116 OR EQUIVALENT                                                       MM 322A         30243 Editing................................................................... 3
MA 261A       30022 Linear Algebra ...................................................... 3                              HC7 1:30 - 2:45                          MW............... Menzie
                    MO280 8:00 - 9:15                    TR ............. Riveland                                            MM202 OR CONSENT
                         MA153 OR CONCURRENT                                                       MM 352A         30245 Advertising ........................................................... 3
MA 344A       31657 Mathematical Stats I ............................................. 3                                 HC104 3:00 - 4:15                     MW...............Grecian
                    MO280 10:00 - 10:50             MWF .................Liang                                                MM100 OR CONSENT
                         MA153 AND MA343                                                           MM 355A         31508 Sports & Media..................................................... 3
MA 346A       31177 Regression Analysis.............................................. 3                                  HC6 9:30 - 10:45                   TR ................ Chorba
                    MO278 1:30 - 2:45               MW ................Mosier                      MM 380A         30246 Online Publishing ................................................. 3
                         MA140 OR MA343 AND MA151                                                                        HC7 11:00 - 12:15                  TR ............. Raicheva
MA 354A       31658 Modern Algebra .................................................... 3                                     MM321 OR CONSENT
                    MO280 11:00 - 12:15                TR .......... Charlwood                     MM 393A         31216 ST: Promotions Writing ....................................... 3
                         MA153 AND MA207 OR CONSENT                                                                      HC7 3:00 - 4:15               TR ................ STAFF
MA 390A       31447 Math for Middle School Teachers. ....................... 3                                                MM100 OR CONSENT
                    MO176 1:30 - 2:45          TR ............. LaLonde                            MM 400A         31853 Media Effects........................................................ 3
                         MA142 OR MA 151                                                                                 HC305 11:00 – 11:50                MWF.... Zaharopoulos
                                                                                                                              MM100, MM202, OR CONSENT

                 MASS MEDIA (MM)                                                                   MM 411A
                                                                                                       PM
                                                                                                                   30247 Media Management .............................................. 3
                                                                                                                         HC303 5:30 - 8:15               M................. Chorba
              Mass Media Department – HC316                                                                                   MM100 OR CONSENT
MM 100A       30209 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3           MM 413A         30267 TV Production Lab ............................................... 1
                    HC104 8:00 - 8:50               MWF ................ Hollis                                          HC2 3:00 - 5:30                    R ...............Cranston
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MM310 OR CONSENT
MM 100B       30083 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3           MM 430A         30269 Feature Writing..................................................... 3
                    HC203 9:00 - 9:50               MWF ........... Raicheva                                             HC7 1:00 - 2:15                     TR .................Cassell
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MM202 OR CONSENT
MM 100C       30221 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3           MM 490A         30270 Senior Seminar ..................................................... 1
                    HC203 9:30 - 10:45                TR ............. Raicheva                                          HC303 12:00 - 12:50                   F ................. Menzie
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MAJORS ONLY, SR STATUS
MM 100D       30222 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3           MM 492A         30279 Independent Study ........................................... 1 - 3
                    HC104 11:00 - 12:15               TR ................STAFF                                           ARR                                            Zaharopoulos
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                                MAJORS ONLY, CONSENT OF CHAIR AND
                                                                                                                                FACULTY
MM 100E       30223 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3
                                                                                                   MM 494A         30280 Internship ......................................................... 1 - 3
                    HC203 1:00 - 2:15                 TR ................ Chorba
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                           HC305 12:15 - 12:50                       W................. Menzie
                                                                                                                              MAJORS ONLY AND CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT
MM 100F       30224 Intro to Mass Media .............................................. 3                                        CHAIR
                    HC203 1:30 - 2:45                MW ............... Chorba                     MM 511GA 31617 Media Management............................................ 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                       PM         HC303 5:30 - 8:15            M................ Chorba
MM 100G       30225 Intro to Mass Media............................................ 3                                         MM100 OR CONSENT
    PM              HC208 5:30 - 8:15               R .................Larson                      MM 515GA 31854 Media Effects........................................................ 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                  HC305 11:00 – 11:50                MWF Zaharopoulos
MM 200A       31590 Media Literacy ...................................................... 3                                   CONSENT
                    HC305 10:00 - 10:50                MWF ....Zaharopoulos
                         EN101 OR EN102 OR ONSENT
                         This course is part of the general education program.
MM 202A       30226 Basic Media Writing ............................................. 3                   MILITARY STUDIES & MILITARY
                    HC7 11:00 - 12:15               MW ............ Raicheva                                     SCIENCE (MS)
                         EN101 OR EN102 OR CONSENT. KEYBOARDING
                           ABILITY.                                                                            Criminal Justice Department – BE201
MM 202B       30227 Basic Media Writing ........................................... 3              MS 100A  31671 Intro to Military Studies ....................................... 3
    PM              HC7 5:30 - 8:15                 T.......... Williamson                                        CA203 11:00 - 12:15              TR ...................Hicks
                         EN101 OR EN102 OR CONSENT. KEYBOARDING                                    MS 102A 31676 Army ROTC Military Science 1 .......................... 1
                           ABILITY.                                                                               ARR                                                     STAFF
MM 210A       31185 Beginning Video Technologies ............................ 3                    MS 102XA 31683 Army ROTC Military Science 1 .......................... 1
                    HC6 1:30 - 2:45           MW ............ Cranston                                            ARR                                                     STAFF
MM 210B       31186 Beginning Video Technologies........................... 3                      MS 120A 31100 Army Military Science ......................................... 2
    PM              HC6 5:30 - 8:15             M .............Cranston                                           ARR 1:00- 1:50                    W................. STAFF
MM 294A       31507 Campus Media Practicum................................1 - 3                    MS 120XA 31101 Army Military Science ......................................... 2
                    ARR                                               Cassell                                     ARR 2:30 - 4:20                    R ................. STAFF
                         CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR                                               MS 202A 31684 Army Basic Military Science ............................... 1
MM 300A       30229 Mass Media Law ................................................. 3                            ARR                                                     STAFF
    PM              HC303 5:30 - 8:15                W............. Merriam
                         MM100 OR CONSENT

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MS 202XA 31687 Army Basic Military Science................................ 1                           MU 109A 30099        Piano for Beginners I.......................................... 2
               ARR 2:30 - 4:20                        R..................STAFF                                PM            GC235 4:10 - 5:25                    MW................. Strait
MS 220VA 31677 Battle Analysis....................................................... 3                MU 111A 30101        Guitar for Beginners .......................................... 2
   Online      sam.newland@washburn.edu                                  Newland                              PM            GC134 5:30 - 7:10                      M...............Hearrell
MS 310A 31091 American Experience at War................................ 3                             MU 121A 31746        Intro to Music ....................................................... 1
               LLC 162 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ................. Barker                       8/22 - 9/26/05       ARR 10:00 - 10:50                   MWF...............Mallett
MS 330A 31688 International Conflict ............................................ 3                    MU 122A 31748        Rhythmic Perception ............................................ 1
               TBA 9:30 - 10:45                      TR .......... Schbley, A                          9/28 - 11/2/05       GC220 10:00 - 10:50                 MWF..............Morgan
MS 360A 31088 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3                       MU 122B 31750        Rhythmic Perception ............................................ 1
               ARR                                                         Manske                      11/4 - 12/9/05       GC220 10:00 - 10:50                 MWF..............Morgan
                           CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR                                                 MU 123A 31751        Computers & Music.............................................. 1
MS 390A 31689  Hollywood Goes To War .................................... 3                            9/28 - 11/2/05       GC235 10:00 - 10:50                 MWF.................. Ding
      PM       BE301 5:30 - 8:00                         W.................Barker                      MU 123B 31752        Computers & Music.............................................. 1
MS 390VB 31087 Homeland Security................................................ 3                     11/4 - 12/9/05       GC235 10:00 - 10:50                 MWF.................. Ding
     Online    sam.newland@washburn.edu                                     Newland                    MU 123C 31753        Computers & Music.............................................. 1
MS 400WA 31672 Strategic Leadership.............................................. 3                    11/4 - 12/9/05       GC235 3:30 - 4:45                     TR .................... Ding
11/4 – 11/20/05HC203 ............................................................Hicks                 MU 134A 30104        Group Piano II ...................................................... 1
               F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00                                                                              GC235 8:00 - 8:50                   MWF.................. Ding
               Meets 11/4 – 11/6, 11/18 – 11/20                                                                             MU133 OR CONSENT
MS 450VA 31691 Military Intelligence.............................................. 3                   MU 134B   31440 Group Piano II ...................................................... 1
Online         ayla.schbley@washburn.edu                                 Schbley, A                                    GC235 7:30 - 8:45                    TR ................Taggart
                                                                                                                            MU133 OR CONSENT
                                                                                                       MU 200A   31745 Special Topics/Music Instrument Repair.... 1 - 3
                                                                                                           PM          GC218 5:30 - 6:45          M.................STAFF
                            MUSIC (MU)                                                                                      CONSENT
                     Music Department – GC211                                                          MU 207A   30156 Double Reed Techniques.................................... 1
MU 70A          31368 Performance Class ................................................ 0                 PM          GC218 4:10 - 6:40                    T ................... Krutz
                      ARR 2:30 - 3:20                    T...................Saville                   MU 209A   31721 Single Reed/Flute Techniques ........................... 1
                           MUSIC MAJOR & CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT                                             PM          GC218 4:10 - 5:25                 MW..............Treinen
                             IN PRIVATE LESSONS                                                        MU 212A   31336 Percussion Techniques ....................................... 1
MU 100A         30007 Enjoyment of Music.............................................. 3                   PM          GC134 4:10 - 5:00                MWF ........... Morgan
                      GC143 10:00 - 10:50           MWF ............Elisha, S                          MU 214A   30158 Group Piano IV..................................................... 1
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       GC235 11:00 - 11:50              MWF.................. Ding
MU 100B         30008 Enjoyment of Music.............................................. 3                                    MU213
                      GC143 11:00 - 11:50           MWF ........... Snook, L                           MU 215A   30160 Theory & Aural Comp I ....................................... 4
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       GC220 9:00 - 9:50        MTWRF ...........Meador
MU 100C         30009 Enjoyment of Music.............................................. 3                                    MU123 OR CONSENT
                      GC143 9:30 - 10:45              TR ................. Rivers                      MU 237A   30162 Choral Clinic......................................................... 1
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       GC218 10:00 - 10:50                   TR ................. Kellim
MU 100D         30334 Enjoyment of Music.............................................. 3               MU 243A   30165 Composition..................................................... 1 - 3
                      GC220 1:00 - 2:15              MW .............. Fillerup                                        GC229 ARR..................................................Rivers
                           This course is part of the general education program.                       MU 244A   30167 Accompanying................................................. 0 - 2
MU 100E         31738 Enjoyment of Music.............................................. 3                               GC229 ARR..................................................Rivers
                      GC143 11:00 - 12:15             TR .............. Gamboa                         Ensembles
                           This course is part of the general education program.                       MU 245A   30169 Band ................................................................. 0 - 1
MU 100F         30333 Enjoyment of Music............................................ 3                                 GC134 1:00 - 2:20                        MWF... Higgins/Saville
    PM                GC220 7:00 - 9:30              R ............ Beneventi                          MU 246A   31338 Women’s Chorus ............................................. 0 - 1
                           This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                       GC134 12:30 - 2:00                         TR .................Mallett
MU 101A         30088 American Popular Music ................................... 3                     MU 247A   30171 Choir, Singers .................................................. 0 - 1
    PM                GC143 7:00 - 9:30          M ............ Patterson                                              GC143 12:30 - 2:00                         TR ................. Kellim
                           This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                       MU 248A   30172 Choir, Washburn.............................................. 0 - 1
MU 102A         31733 American Musicals, A History........................... 3
                                                                                                                       GC143 12:00 - 12:50                      MWF............... Kellim
    PM                GC218 7:00 - 8:15        TR ................. Axton
                           This course is part of the general education program.                       MU 249A   30173 Jazz Ensemble I ............................................... 0 - 1
MU 103A         30335 Jazz History........................................................... 3                        GC134 11:00 - 12:20                        TR ........... Wilkinson
                      GC143 9:00 - 9:50                    MWF ......... Wilkinson                     MU 249B   30175 Jazz Ensemble II .............................................. 0 - 1
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       GC140 11:00 - 12:20                        TR ................Treinen
MU 104A         30336 Movies & Music................................................... 3              MU 251A   30176 Orchestra.......................................................... 0 - 1
    PM                GC143 4:10 - 6:40                 T.............. Marshall                                       GC134 3:30 - 4:20                          TR ...............Gamboa
                           This course is part of the general education program.                       MU 252A   31729 Orchestra, String .............................................. 0 - 1
MU 104B         30337 Movies & Music................................................... 3                              GC134 2:30 - 4:00                         MW..............Gamboa
    PM                GC143 7:00 - 9:30                 T.............. Marshall                       MU 253A   30177 Percussion Ensemble ....................................... 0 - 1
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       GC134 12:00 - 12:50                      MWF............. Mallory
MU 104C         30338 Movies & Music................................................... 3              MU 254A   30178 Small Ensembles.............................................. 0 - 1
    PM                GC143 4:10 - 6:40                 R ...................Smith                                     GC329 12:30 - 1:30                         TR ...............Gamboa
                           This course is part of the general education program.                       Private Lessons
MU 104D         31369 Movies & Music................................................... 3              MU 255A   30179 Bassoon............................................................ 1 - 3
    PM                GC143 7:00 - 9:30                 R ...................Smith                                     GC319 ARR................................................... Krutz
                           This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                       MU 256A   30180 Cello................................................................. 1 - 3
MU 105A         30484 Art & Music: Para. & Inter. .................................. 3
                                                                                                                       GC315 ARR.............................................. Elisha, S
                      GC143 8:00 - 8:50           MWF ...... Mallett/Barr
                                                                                                       MU 257A   30181 Clarinet............................................................. 1 - 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.
                           Crosslisted w/AR105A                                                                        GC213 ARR................................................. Saville


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MU 258A   30182 Euphonium .......................................................1 - 3              MU 443A   30005 Composition..................................................... 1 - 3
                GC312 ARR............................................... Higgins                                    GC229 ARR..................................................Rivers
MU 258B   30183 Euphonium .......................................................1 - 3                                   MU316 OR CONSENT
                GC311 ARR..................................................... Cox                  MU 444A   30485 Accompanying................................................. 0 - 2
MU 259A   30184 Flute..................................................................1 - 3                        GC229 ARR..................................................Rivers
                GC222 ARR............................................... Meador                     Ensembles
MU 261A   30185 Harp..................................................................1 - 3         MU 445A   30487 Band ................................................................. 0 - 1
                GC313 ARR....................................................Reist                                  GC134 1:00 - 2:20                        MWF..............Higgins
MU 263A   30186 Horn..................................................................1 - 3         MU 446A   31339 Women’s Chorus ............................................. 0 - 1
                GC317 ARR................................................Cornell                                    GC134 12:30 - 2:00                         TR .................Mallett
MU 264A   30187 Oboe .................................................................1 - 3         MU 447A   30488 Choir, Singers .................................................. 0 - 1
                GC314 ARR.................................................Hensel                                    GC143 12:30 - 2:00                         TR ................. Kellim
MU 265A   30188 Organ................................................................1 - 3          MU 448A   30489 Choir, Washburn.............................................. 0 - 1
                GC319 ARR............................................. Pettijohn                                    GC143 12:00 - 12:50                      MWF............... Kellim
MU 266A   30189 Percussion ........................................................1 - 3            MU 449A   30491 Jazz Ensemble I ............................................... 0 - 1
                GC35 ARR................................................. Morgan                                    GC134 11:00 - 12:20                        TR ........... Wilkinson
MU 266B   31452 Percussion ........................................................1 - 3                                 SELECTION AND PLACEMENT BY AUDITION
                GC35 ARR................................................. Mallory                   MU 449B   30492 Jazz Ensemble II .............................................. 0 - 1
MU 267A   30190 Piano.................................................................1 - 3                         GC140 11:00 - 12:20                 TR ................Treinen
                GC229 ARR................................................. Rivers                                        SELECTION AND PLACEMENT BY AUDITION
MU 267B   31711 Piano.................................................................1 - 3         MU 451A   30493 Orchestra.......................................................... 0 - 1
                GC224 ARR....................................................Ding                                   GC134 3:30 - 4:20                       TR ...............Gamboa
MU 267C   30191 Piano.................................................................1 - 3                              SELECTION AND PLACEMENT BY AUDITION
                GC311 ARR...............................................Wallace                     MU 451B   30495 Topeka Symphony Orchestra....................... 0 - 1
MU 268A   30285 Saxophone........................................................1 - 3                  PM          ARR 7:30 - 10:00                  ...... Strickler
                GC316 ARR........................................... Wilkinson                                           SELECTION AND PLACEMENT BY AUDITION
MU 269A   30286 String Bass .......................................................1 - 3            MU 452A   31731 Orchestra, String .............................................. 0 - 1
                GC315 ARR..............................................Elisha, S                                    GC134 2:30 - 4:00                   MW..............Gamboa
                                                                                                                         SELECTION AND PLACEMENT BY AUDITION
MU 270A   30287 Trombone .........................................................1 - 3
                                                                                                    MU 453A   30506 Percussion Ensemble ....................................... 0 - 1
                GC311 ARR..................................................... Cox
                                                                                                                    GC134 12:00 - 12:50             MWF............. Mallory
MU 271A   30289 Trumpet ............................................................1 - 3
                                                                                                    MU 454A   30507 Small Ensembles.............................................. 0 - 1
                GC314 ARR................................................... Clark
                                                                                                                    GC329 12:30 - 1:30                TR ...............Gamboa
MU 272A   30298 Tuba..................................................................1 - 3                              RECITAL PERFORMANCE REQUIRED
                GC312 ARR............................................... Higgins
MU 273A   30299 Viola.................................................................1 - 3         Private Lessons
                GC331 ARR............................................. Elisha, L                    MU 455A   30633 Bassoon............................................................ 1 - 3
MU 274A   30302 Violin................................................................1 - 3                         GC319 ARR................................................... Krutz
                                                                                                                         PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                GC331 ARR............................................. Elisha, L
                                                                                                    MU 456A   30508 Cello................................................................. 1 - 3
MU 275A   30303 Voice ................................................................1 - 3
                                                                                                                    GC315 ARR.............................................. Elisha, S
                GC212 ARR............................................. Snook, L                                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 275B   30304 Voice ................................................................1 - 3         MU 457A   30509 Clarinet............................................................. 1 - 3
                GC216 ARR.............................................Snook, A                                      GC213 ARR................................................. Saville
MU 275C   30305 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                              PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                GC217 ARR.................................................Kellim                    MU 458A   30510 Euphonium....................................................... 1 - 3
MU 275D   30306 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                         GC312 ARR................................................Higgins
                GC313 ARR........................................... Schellman                                           PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 275E   30307 Voice ................................................................1 - 3         MU 458B   31370 Euphonium....................................................... 1 - 3
                GC311 ARR.................................................. Fuller                                  GC311 ARR......................................................Cox
MU 275F   30308 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                              PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                GC317 ARR................................................... Allen                  MU 459A   30511 Flute ................................................................. 1 - 3
MU 276A   30638 Applied Jazz Lessons.......................................1 - 3                                    GC222 ARR................................................Meador
                GC316 ARR........................................... Wilkinson                                           PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 315A   30309 Theory & Aural Comp. III .................................... 4                     MU 461A   30512 Harp ................................................................. 1 - 3
                GC218 9:00 - 9:50                  MTWRF .Morgan/McQuere                                            GC313 ARR.................................................... Reist
                     MU314                                                                                               PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 317A   31739 Orchestration ......................................................... 2           MU 463A   30513 Horn ................................................................. 1 - 3
                GC218 2:30 - 4:10                       F............... Patterson                                  GC317 ARR................................................ Cornell
                     MU315 OR CONSENT                                                                                    PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 325A   30311 Music History I ..................................................... 3             MU 464A   30514 Oboe.................................................................1 - 3
                GC218 10:00 - 10:50                MWF ............. Fillerup                                       GC314 ARR................................................. Hensel
                     MUSIC MAJOR OR CONSENT                                                                              PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 400A   30627 Festival Singers...............................................1 - 3                MU 465A   30515 Organ ............................................................... 1 - 3
    PM          ARR 7:00 - 9:00                      M ................. Kellim                                     GC319 ARR..............................................Pettijohn
                     MUSIC MAJOR OR CONSENT                                                                              PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
MU 417A   31334 Elem-Sec Music Ed Vocal Meth .......................... 3                           MU 466A   30516 Percussion ........................................................ 1 - 3
                GC134 9:00 - 9:50       MWF .............. Mallett                                                  GC35 ARR..................................................Morgan
                     ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                      PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                       PROGRAM                                                                      MU 467A   30517 Piano ................................................................ 1 - 3
MU 441A   30006 Adv. Choral Conducting ....................................... 1                                    GC229 ARR..................................................Rivers
                GC218 10:00 - 10:50           TR .................Kellim                                                 PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                     MU240 OR CONSENT                                                               MU 467C   30518 Piano ................................................................ 1 - 3
                                                                                                                    GC311 ARR............................................... Wallace
                                                                                                                         PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY

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MU 467B        31719 Piano.................................................................1 - 3        NU 304A       30772 Health Assessment................................................ 3
                     GC224 ARR....................................................Ding                                      PC204 1:00 - 3:50                 M...Carson/Isaacson
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                  ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
MU 468A        30519 Saxophone........................................................1 - 3                                        TO NURSING MAJOR
                     GC316 ARR........................................... Wilkinson                     NU 304CA 30625 Health Assessment-Lab A .................................... 0
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                        PC202 11:30 - 1:20            F .................. Brunin
MU 469A        30520 String Bass .......................................................1 - 3                                    ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                     GC315 ARR..............................................Elisha, S                                              TO NURSING MAJOR
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                         NU 304CB 30770 Health Assessment-Lab B .................................... 0
MU 470A        30521 Trombone .........................................................1 - 3                           PC205 9:30 - 11:20            F .................. Brunin
                     GC311 ARR..................................................... Cox                                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                    TO NURSING MAJOR
MU 471A        30522 Trumpet ............................................................1 - 3          NU 304CC 31312 Health Assessment-Lab C .................................... 0
                     GC314 ARR................................................... Clark                                PC202 4:00 - 5:50            W..................Collins
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                  ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
MU 472A        30524 Tuba..................................................................1 - 3                                   TO NURSING MAJOR
                     GC312 ARR............................................... Higgins                   NU 304CD 30771 Health Assessment-Lab D .................................... 0
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                        PC202 9:00 - 10:50            T ..................Carson
MU 473A        30525 Viola.................................................................1 - 3                                 ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                                                                                                                                   TO NURSING MAJOR
                     GC331 ARR............................................. Elisha, L
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                                                                                                        NU 304EA 30773 Health Assessment-Lab EA.................................. 0
MU 474A        30526 Violin................................................................1 - 3                       PC202 4:00 - 5:50          M................. Perkins
                                                                                                                                 ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                     GC331 ARR............................................. Elisha, L                                              TO NURSING MAJOR
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY
                                                                                                        NU 304EB 30774 Health Assessment-Lab EB.................................. 0
MU 475A        30527 Voice ................................................................1 - 3
                                                                                                                       PC205 4:00 - 5:50          M...................Denny
                     GC212 ARR............................................. Snook, L                                             ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                    TO NURSING MAJOR
MU 475B        30528 Voice ................................................................1 - 3        NU 307A       30602 Family Health ....................................................... 2
                     GC216 ARR.............................................Snook, A                                         PC204 10:00 - 11:50                   W..................... Dick
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                  ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
MU 475C        30529 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                                   TO NURSING MAJOR
                     GC217 ARR.................................................Kellim                   NU 309A       30603 Nursing Concepts ................................................. 3
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                             HC107 1:00 - 3:50                  W............... Isaacson
MU 475D        30530 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                                 ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                     GC313 ARR........................................... Schellman                                                TO NURSING MAJOR
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                         NU 313A       30611 Patho/Pharmacology I .......................................... 4
MU 475E        30531 Voice ................................................................1 - 3                            PC220 8:00 - 9:50             MW................ Dinkel
                     GC311 ARR.................................................. Fuller                                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                    TO NURSING MAJOR OR CONSENT
MU 475F        30532 Voice ................................................................1 - 3        NU 313DA 30779 Pathophysiology/Pharmacology I Recitation ....... 0
                     GC317 ARR................................................... Allen                                PC224 10:00 - 10:50       M.................. Dinkel
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                                  ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
MU 476A        30533 Applied Jazz Lessons.......................................1 - 3                                              TO NURSING MAJOR OR CONSENT
                     GC316 ARR........................................... Wilkinson                     NU 313DB 30780 Pathophysiology/Pharmacology I Recitation ....... 0
                          PASS 4TH SEMESTER JURY OR DOUBLE JURY                                                        PC204 11:00 - 11:50       M................. STAFF
                                                                                                                                 ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                                                                                                                                   TO NURSING MAJOR OR CONSENT
                                                                                                        NU 315BA 31794 Nursing I Practicum-Lab A .................................. 2
                        NURSING (NU)                                                                    10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 2:30               R ................. STAFF
                     School of Nursing – PC203                                                                                   NU303
NU 102A        30601 Medical Terminology............................................ 1                  NU 315BB 31795 Nursing I Practicum-Lab B .................................. 2
                     PC224 8:00 - 8:50                  W ............ Masterson                        10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 2:30               R ...................Denny
NU 220A        30600 Principles of Nutrition........................................... 3                                        NU303
                     PC226 12:30 - 3:20                 R.................Johnson                       NU 315BC 31796 Nursing I Practicum-Lab C .................................. 2
                          BI100, BI101                                                                  10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 6:00               R .............Masterson
NU 220EB 31305 Principles of Nutrition ........................................ 3                                                NU303
       PM      PC204 5:30 - 8:20                W............. Andrews                                  NU 315BD 31797 Nursing I Practicum-Lab D .................................. 2
               BI100, BI101                                                                             10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 2:30               R ..................Collins
                                                                                                                                 NU303
NU 303A 31785 Nursing Technologies I......................................... 1
                                                                                                        NU 315BE 31798 Nursing I Practicum-Lab E................................... 2
8/23 - 9/29/05 PC204 9:00 - 11:50               R..... Collins/Perkins
                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION
                                                                                                        10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 2:30               R ................. STAFF
                            TO NURSING MAJOR                                                                                     NU303
NU 303CA 31786 Nursing Technologies Lab.................................... 0                           NU 315BF 31799 Nursing I Practicum-Lab F................................... 2
8/23 - 9/29/05 PC205 12:00 - 2:50           T.....STAFF/Perkins                                         10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 12:30            TR ................ Perkins
                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION                                                               NU303
                            TO NURSING MAJOR                                                            NU 315BG 31800 Nursing I Practicum-Lab G .................................. 2
NU 303CB 31787 Nursing Technologies Lab.................................... 0                           10/4 - 12/9/05 ARR 7:00 - 12:30            TR ................ STAFF
8/23 - 9/29/05 PC205 1:00 - 3:50            R..... STAFF/Collins                                                                 NU303
                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION                                      NU 330A       31328 Indep Study in Nursing.................................... 1 - 3
                            TO NURSING MAJOR                                                                                ARR                                                   Carson
NU 303CC 31788 Nursing Technologies Lab.................................... 0                                                    CONSENT
8/23 - 9/29/05 PC205 8:00 - 10:50           T..... Perkins/Collins                                      NU 333V 31839 Stress Management for Nurses............................. 2
                          ALL NURSING PRE-REQUISITES AND ADMISSION                                         Online                                                  Isaacson
                            TO NURSING MAJOR                                                                                     NU315



                                                                                                   37
NU 335EA 31778 Pain Management.............................................1 - 3                         NU 477BA 31815 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
               PC204 8:00 - 5:00           SY....Carpenter/Stevenson                                     8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:30 - 3:30            MT ...........Stevenson
                           CONSENT                                                                                                NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
NU 340A 31801 Nursing Technologies II ....................................... 1                          NU 477BB 31816 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
8/23 - 9/9/05 PC220 8:00 - 2:50               T............. Masterson                                   8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 1:00 - 8:00             R ................. STAFF
                           NU303, NU304, NU307, NU309, NU313, AND NU315                                                 ARR 6:30 - 4:30             F
NU 340CA 31802 Nursing Technologies II-Lab................................ 0                                                      NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
8/23 - 9/9/05  PC202 3:00 - 5:50           T......Joyce/Clark, N                                         NU 477BC 31817 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
                           NU303, NU304, NU307, NU309, NU313, AND NU315                                  8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:30 - 4:30            MT ............. Edwards
NU 340CB 31803 Nursing Technologies II-Lab................................ 0                                                      NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
8/23 - 9/9/05  PC205 3:00 - 5:50           W ... Masterson/Brunin                                        NU 477BD 31818 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
                           NU303, NU304, NU307, NU309, NU313, AND NU315                                  8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 1:00 - 8:00             R ................. STAFF
NU 340CC 31804 Nursing Technologies II-Lab................................ 0                                            ARR 6:30 - 4:30             F
8/23 - 9/9/05  PC202 9:00 - 11:50          R... Carpenter/Isaacson                                                                NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
                           NU303, NU304, NU307, NU309, NU313, AND NU315                                  NU 477BE 31819 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
NU 343A         30618 Patho/Pharmacology II.......................................... 3                  8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 1:00 - 8:00            M.............Washburn
                      PC204 8:00 - 9:50               M ............ Washburn                                           ARR 6:30 - 4:30             T
                      PC204 9:00 – 9:50               W                                                                           NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
                           NU313                                                                         NU 477BF 31820 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
NU 343DA 31330 Patho/Pharmocology II Recitation........................ 0                                8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 1:00 - 8:00             R ................. STAFF
               PC224 3:00 - 3:50           M .................Perkins                                                   ARR 6:30 - 4:30             F
                           NU313                                                                                                  NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
NU 343DB 31331 Patho/Pharmacology II Recitation ........................ 0                               NU 477BG 31821 Nursing III-Adult Med-Surg Nur ......................... 5
               PC224 3:00 - 3:50           W ............ Washburn                                       8/30 - 12/8/05 ARR 1:00 - 8:00            M................. STAFF
                           NU313                                                                                        ARR 6:30 - 4:30             T
NU 355A         30621 Nursing Childbearing Families............................. 2                                                NU440, NU473 OR CONCURRENT
                      HC308 1:00 - 2:50           W ............... Clark, N                             NU 479A        30622 Prof Nursing Leadership....................................... 3
                           NU304, NU315                                                                                       PC204 1:00 - 3:50              W...........Hornberger
NU 357BA 31805 Childbearing Nursing Prac.................................... 1                                                    NU385, NU387
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:30 - 3:00               T................ Clark, N                                  NU 482A 31831 Comm/Pub Health Nursing .................................. 3
                           NU340, NU355 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 TBA 1:00 - 4:50          W.................. Dinkel
NU 357BB 31806 Childbearing Nursing Prac.................................... 1                                                    NU440, NU475, NU479
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 7:00 - 3:30               T................... Denny                                  NU 483BA 31832 Comm/Pub Hlth Nursing Prac.............................. 2
                           NU340, NU355 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 8:00 - 4:00         MT ................... Dick
NU 357BC 31807 Childbearing Nursing Prac.................................... 1                                                    NU473, NU477, NU482 OR CONCURRENT
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:15 - 3:15               T............. Masterson                                    NU 483BB 31833 Comm/Pub Hlth Nursing Prac.............................. 2
                           NU340, NU355 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 8:00 - 4:00         MT ................Collins
NU 358A         30804 Nrsg Childrearing Families................................... 2                                             NU473, NU477, NU482 OR CONCURRENT
                      PC220 1:00 - 2:50             M ....................Joyce                          NU 483BC 31834 Comm/Pub Hlth Nursing Prac.............................. 2
                           NU304, NU315                                                                  8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 8:00 - 4:00         MT ................ Dinkel
NU 359BA 31808 Nursing of Children Prac ...................................... 1                                                  NU473, NU477, NU482 OR CONCURRENT
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 7:00 - 4:30                 R.......MartinWarren                                      NU 483BD 31789 Comm/Pub Hlth Nursing Lab............................... 2
                           NU340, NU358 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 8:00 – 4:00        MT ............... STAFF
NU 359BB 31809 Nursing of Children Prac ...................................... 1                                                  NU473, NU477, NU482 OR CONCURRENT
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 7:00 - 4:30                 T................ Isaacson                                NU 484A 31830 Mental Health Nursing ......................................... 3
                           NU340, NU358 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 TBA 8:00 - 12:00               R ............... McBride
NU 359BC 31810 Nursing of Children Prac ...................................... 1                                                  NU440, NU475, NU479
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 7:00 - 4:30                 R...................... Dick                              NU 486BA 31827 Mental Health Nursing Prac ................................. 2
                           NU340, NU358 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 7:00 - 5:00            MT ............. McBride
NU 385A         30612 Nursing II .............................................................. 4                                 NU473, NU477 NU484 OR CONCURRENT
                      PC220 10:00 - 11:50                     MW ........... Carpenter                   NU 486BB 31828 Mental Health Nursing Prac ................................. 2
                           NU304, NU313, NU315, NU343 OR CONCURRENT                                      8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 7:00 - 5:00            MT ................. Patzel
NU 387BA 31811 Nursing II Practicum............................................. 1                                                NU473, NU477 NU484 OR CONCURRENT
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:45 - 4:45                   R...................Brunin                              NU 486BC 31829 Mental Health Nursing Prac ................................. 2
                           NU340, NU385 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 7:00 - 5:00            MT ............. Pingenot
NU 387BB 31812 Nursing II Practicum............................................. 1                                                NU473, NU477 NU484 OR CONCURRENT
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR 6:45 - 4:45                   T.............. Carpenter                               NU 486BD 31790 Mental Health Nursing Prac ................................. 2
                           NU340, NU385 OR CONCURRENT                                                    8/22 - 10/28/05 ARR 12:30 – 6:30             R ................. STAFF
NU 387BC 31813 Nursing II Practicum............................................. 1                                       ARR 6:45 – 5:00              F
9/13 - 12/8/05 ARR                               T...............Epperson                                                         NU473, NU477 NU484 OR CONCURRENT
                           NU340, NU385 OR CONCURRENT                                                    NU 490BA 31835 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2
NU 440A 31814 Technologies III .................................................... 1                    10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                Carpenter
8/22 - 8/29/04 TBA 8:00 - 4:50                  MTRF ...........Edwards                                                           NU479, NU482, NU483, NU484, NU486
               Meets 8/22, 8/23, 8/25, 8/26, & 8/29                                                      NU 490BB 31836 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2
                           NU340, NU343, NU355, NU357, NU358, NU359,                                     10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                     Dinkel
                             NU385, NU387                                                                                         NU479, NU482, NU483, NU484, NU486
NU 473A         30617 Nursing III............................................................. 4         NU 490BC 31837 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2
                      HC107 10:00 - 11:50                      W . Edwards/Stevenson                     10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                    Perkins
                      HC107 8:00 - 9:50                        R                                                                  NU479, NU482, NU483, NU484, NU486
                           NU440 OR CONCURRENT                                                           NU 490BD 31838 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2
NU 475A         30619 Nursing Research .................................................. 2              10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                       Joyce
                      HC107 8:00 - 9:50                   W ...............McBride                                                NU479, NU482, NU483, NU484, NU486
                           MA140 OR EQUIVALENT AND NU315                                                 NU 490BE 31791 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2
                                                                                                         10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                    STAFF
                                                                                                                                  NU479, NU482, NU483, NU484, NU486

                                                                                                    38
NU 490BF 31792 Capstone Practicum .............................................. 2                       EC 201B        30935 Principles of Macroeconomics ............................. 3
10/31 - 12/9/05 ARR                                                      Patzel                                               HC112 10:00 - 10:50      MWF.................Kwak
                NU 479, NU 482, NU 483, NU 484, NU 486                                                                             EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND
NU 500GA 31825 Theor Fnd For Adv Nursing Prac ......................... 3                                                            24 HRS
                PC226 1:00 - 3:50                W ...............McBride                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
                           ADMISSION TO MSN PROGRAM                                                      EC 201C        30936 Principles of Macroeconomics ............................. 3
NU 502GA 31826 Adv Nursing Practice Ethics.............................. 2                                                    HC112 11:00 - 11:50      MWF.................Kwak
    PM         PC221 5:00 - 6:50         W................ STAFF                                                                   EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND
                           ADMISSION TO MSN PROGRAM                                                                                  24 HRS
NU 506V         31824 Advanced Pathophysiology .................................. 3                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                      ARR                                             Clark, B                           EC 201EA 30937 Principles of Macroeconomics........................... 3
                           ADMISSION TO MSN PROGRAM                                                          PM         HC207 5:30 - 6:45        MW.................... Ball
NU 510V         31823 Professional Role Development ........................... 2                                                  EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110
                                                                                                                                     AND 24 HRS
                      ARR                                           Clark, N                                                       This course is part of the general education program.
                           ADMISSION TO MSN PROGRAM
                                                                                                         EC 443EA 31036 Labor Relations................................................... 3
NU 560GA 31376 Special Topics ..................................................1 - 3
                                                                                                             PM         HC6 7:00 - 8:15                   TR.................Kotich
               ARR                                                   Hornberger                                                    EC341
                           ADMISSION TO MSN PROGRAM AND CONSENT
                                                                                                         EN 133A        30409 Stories Around the World..................................... 3
                                                                                                                              MO180 9:00 - 9:50          MWF............. Sheldon
                                                                                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
     OFFICE ADMINISTRATION (OA)                                                                          EN 393A
                                                                                                                                   Crosslisted w/EN393A
                                                                                                                        30547 Stories Around the World..................................... 3
     Office, Legal & Technology Department – BE311                                                                            MO180 9:00 - 9:50          MWF............. Sheldon
OA 128A      31016 Intro to Computer Apps ........................................ 3                                               Crosslisted w/EN133A
                   BE210 11:00 - 12:15             TR ................ Diffley                           GG 102A        31470 World Regional Geography............................... 3
OA 225A 31017 Spreadsheet Applications-Excel ........................... 3                                   PM               HC203 5:30 - 8:00       M....................Baffa
                   BE210 12:30 - 1:45              TR ................ Diffley                                                     This course is part of the general education program.
OA 235A 31038 Database Applications-Access.............................. 3                               HI    398A     30631 Directed Readings........................................... 1 – 6
                   BE210 12:30 - 1:45             MW ............... Diffley                                                       (Topic relevant to Peace Studies)
OA 242VA 31327 Proc. for the Office Prof. ...................................... 3                                                 ARR                                                        Prasch
     Online        judy.diffley@washburn.edu                              Diffley                                                  MAJORS ONLY, SR STATUS AND CONSENT
OA 290WA 31574 PowerPoint XP...................................................... 1                     MS 330A        31688 International Conflict............................................ 3
10/8 & 10/15/05    BE212 8:30 - 4:30                S............... Skillman                                                 TBA 9:30 - 10:45                  TR ............... Schbley
OA 290WB 31572 Internet Applications............................................. 1                      PH 102A        30635 Ethics:Intro to Moral Problems ............................ 3
9/24 & 10/1/05     BE212 8:30 - 4:30                S............... Skillman                                                 GC231 10:00 - 10:50             MWF................Jacobs
OA 290WC 31576 Dreamweaver ........................................................ 1                                              This course is part of the general education program.
11/5 & 11/12/05    MO19 8:30 - 4:30                 S..................... Yoho                          PH 102B        30637 Ethics:Intro to Moral Problems ............................ 3
OA 290WD 31573 HTML Essentials .................................................. 1                                           GC231 11:00 - 11:50         MWF................Jacobs
9/10 & 9/17/05     BE212 8:30 - 4:30                S...................Adams                                                      This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                         PO 346VA 31480 Legal Issue in Pub Svc.......................................... 3
                                                                                                            Online                                                                Swartz
                                                                                                         RG 102A 30647 World Religions.................................................... 3
                       PEACE STUDIES                                                                                    LLC 162 11:00 - 11:50           MWF...........Crawford
                   History Department – HC311                                                                                      This course is part of the general education program.
Core Courses                                                                                             SW 250A       30649 Gen Soc Wk Perspectives..................................... 3
IS 180A 31852 Int To Peace, Just & Conf Res.............................. 3                              Web CT Assisted     HC207 2:00 - 4:45             R ................ Schbley
               HC104 9:00 - 9:50          MWF ..............STAFF                                        SW 350A 30660 Soc Pol & Prog Analysis I.................................... 3
PO 352A 31474 Peace Stud & Conf Res......................................... 3                           Web CT Assisted     BE305 8:00 - 10:50           M................... Myers
                                                                                                                                   SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
               HC304 9:00 - 9:50          MWF ...........Hamilton
                                                                                                         SW 350VA 31226 Soc Pol & Prog Analysis I.................................... 3
Electives
                                                                                                            Online      carl.myers@washburn.edu                               Myers
BI 203VA 31296 Human Impact on Environment............................ 3                                                           SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
     Online                                                        Scherff
                           This course is part of the general education program
BI    203VB 31666 Human Impact on Environment............................ 3
      Online                                                    Scherff                                                     PURCHASING (PC)
                           This course is part of the general education program.
BI    310A      30214 Ecology ................................................................. 4
                                                                                                              Office, Legal & Technology Department – BE311
                                                                                                         PC 100EA 31776 Fund. of Purchasing I......................................... 3
                      ST200 2:00 - 3:15                       MW ............ Landrum
                           BI105, BI110
                                                                                                             PM         HC206 5:30 - 8:00                M.......Schwermann
BI    310AA 30215 Ecology-Lab.......................................................... 0                PC 250A 31039 Purchasing Internship ........................................... 3
                  ST116 2:00 - 4:50                     T............... Landrum                                        ARR                                             Petersen, D
                           BI105, BI110                                                                                            CONSENT
CJ    430A31022 Crim Just Policy & Issues ..................................... 3                        PC    260A     31040 Independent Study ........................................... 1 - 3
                HC217 2:00 - 3:15              TR ...... Smith-Mahdi                                                          ARR                                               Petersen, D
                                                                                                                                   CONSENT
CJ 430VA 31081 Crim Just Policy & Issues..................................... 3
   Online       jackquice.smith-mahdi@washburn.edu          Smith-Mahdi
EC 201A 30934 Principles of Macroeconomics.............................. 3
                HC107 8:00 - 9:15              TR .................Dickes                                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE)
                           EC200, MA116 (RECOMMENDED) OR MA110 AND
                             24 HRS                                                                       Health and Physical Education Department – PC201
                           This course is part of the general education program.                         PE    104A     30370 Step Aerobics........................................................ 1
                                                                                                                              PC125 11:00 - 11:50                    MW...............Bonnell
                                                                                                         PE    107A     30002 Basketball ............................................................. 1
                                                                                                                              PC100 1:00 - 1:50                       TR ................ STAFF

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PE 117A 31588 Golf I ..................................................................... 1        PE    198N     30536 LTW-Self Defense-Crim Justice .......................... 2
8/20 - 10/19/05 PC225 1:30 - 2:45                        MW .................Noller                                      PC250A 1:00 - 1:50           MWF................Moore
PE 133A 30442 Swimming I........................................................... 1                                    This course is a University requirement.
                PC126 1:00 - 1:50                        MW ..................Stone                 PE    198O     30537 LTW-Aerobics/Pilates .......................................... 2
PE 134A 30443 Swimming II ......................................................... 1                                    PC125 1:00 - 1:50            MWF..Miller-Thornwall
                PC126 1:00 - 1:50                        MW ..................Stone                                      This course is a University requirement.
PE 137A 31589 Tennis I.................................................................. 1
8/20 - 10/24/05 PC225 1:00 - 2:15                         TR ........ McCormick                     LTW classes meeting MW report to PC220 for lectures each Wednesday.
PE 139A 30454 Tai Chi................................................................... 1          PE    198P     30538 LTW-Cardio Circuit ............................................. 2
                PC125 12:00 - 12:50                      MW ................ Jacobs                                      PC125 2:50 - 4:05                MW............... STAFF
PE 144A 30459 Volleyball.............................................................. 1                                 This course is a University requirement.
                PC250 9:00 - 9:50                        MW ..........Lockwood                      PE    198Q     30539 LTW-Aqua Exercise............................................. 2
PE 146A 31326 Weight Training I.................................................. 1                                      PC126 2:50 - 4:05                MW...Miller-Thornwall
                PC252 1:00 - 1:50                        MW ................. Trupp                                      This course is a University requirement.
PE 146B 30460 Weight Training I.................................................. 1                 PE    198R     30540 LTW-Bowling....................................................... 2
                PC252 1:00 - 1:50                         TR .................. Trupp                                    ARR 2:50 - 4:05                  MW.................. Wohl
                                                                                                                              (Class meets in PC221 on 8/22 Only)
PE 159A 30461 Tap Dance ............................................................. 1
                                                                                                                             This course is a University requirement.
                PC104 1:00 - 1:50                         TR ....................Price
                                                                                                                             Extra Fee Required.
PE 162A 31413 Beg Skin & Scuba Diving..................................... 1
                PC126 10:00 - 12:00                        S..................Worley                LTW classes meeting TR report to PC220 for lectures each Thursday.
PE 170A 30462 Aqua Exercise I..................................................... 1                PE 198S 30541 LTW-Walk/Jog ..................................................... 2
       PM       PC126 5:30 - 6:20                        MW ..................Stolle                                   PC100 8:00 - 9:15             TR .............Escalante
PE 190A 31280 ST: Weights for Tone & Slim............................... 1                                             This course is a University requirement.
                PC104 12:00 - 12:50                      MW .............. Bonnell                  PE 198T 30542 LTW-Weight Training.......................................... 2
PE 190B 30476 ST: Pilates ............................................................. 1                              PC252 8:00 - 9:15             TR .................. Green
                PC125 9:30 - 10:20                        TR ............... Bonnell                                   This course is a University requirement.
PE 190C 30479 ST: Jazz Dance...................................................... 1                PE 198U 30552 LTW-Aerobics...................................................... 2
                PC104 2:00 - 2:50                         TR ....................Price                                 PC125 8:00 - 9:15             TR ............. Simmons
PE 190D 31455 ST: Swing Dance ................................................. 1                                      This course is a University requirement.
       PM       PC125 7:15 - 9:05                          T....................Heinz               PE 198W 30553 LTW-Tennis/Badminton ...................................... 2
                                                                                                                       PC100 9:30 - 10:45            TR ................ Friesen
LTW classes meeting MWF report to PC220 for lectures each Friday.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198A 30003 LTW-Walk/Jog .....................................................2
                                                                                                    PE 198X 30554 LTW-Weight Training.......................................... 2
                   PC100 8:00 - 8:50            MWF ................ Krebs
                                                                                                                       PC252 9:30 - 10:45            TR ............. Simmons
                   This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198B 30004 LTW-Kardio Kick................................................. 2
                                                                                                    PE 198Y 30556 LTW-Life Sports .................................................. 2
                   PC125 8:00 - 8:50            MWF ............... Moore
                                                                                                                       PC250 9:30 - 10:45            TR ................ Werner
                   This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198C 30486 LTW-Life Sports................................................... 2
                                                                                                    PE 198Z 30557 LTW-Swimming................................................... 2
                   PC250 8:00 - 8:50            MWF ..............Werner
                                                                                                                       PC126 11:00 - 12:15           TR ........... Lockwood
                   This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198D 30490 LTW-Walk/Jog .....................................................2
                                                                                                    PE 198AA 30558 LTW-Volleyball/Basketball ................................. 2
                   PC100 9:00 - 9:50            MWF ................ Krebs
                                                                                                                       PC250 11:00 - 12:15           TR ................ STAFF
                   This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198E 30494 LTW-Weight Training .......................................... 2
                                                                                                    PE 198AB 30559 LTW-Body Toning ............................................... 2
                   PC252 9:00 - 9:50            MWF .............. LeSuer
                                                                                                                       PC125 11:00 - 12:15           TR ................ Werner
                   This course is a University requirement.
                                                                                                                       This course is a University requirement.
PE 198F 30496 LTW-Self Defense ................................................ 2
                   PC250A 9:00 - 9:50           MWF ............... Moore                           PE198AC & PE198AF report to PC224 for lectures each Thursday.
                   This course is a University requirement.                                         PE198AD & PE198AE report to PC220 for lectures each Thursday.
PE 198G 30497 LTW-VB/Basketball ............................................. 2                     PE 198AC 30560 LTW-Body Toning ............................................. 2
                   PC250 10:00 - 10:50          MWF .............. Friesen                               PM         PC104 5:30 - 6:45               TR.....Charbonneau
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         This course is a University requirement.
PE 198H 30502 LTW-Walk/Jog .....................................................2                   PE 198AD 30561 LTW-Weight Training ....................................... 2
                   PC100 10:00 - 10:50          MWF ................ Krebs                               PM         PC252 5:30 - 6:45               TR.......... Howgill Jr
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         This course is a University requirement.
PE 198I     30503 LTW-Weight Training .......................................... 2                  PE 198AE 31594 LTW-Walk/Jog ................................................... 2
                   PC252 10:00 - 10:50          MWF .............. LeSuer                                PM         PC100 5:30 - 6:45               TR................ Rogers
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         This course is a University requirement.
PE 198J 30504 LTW-Badminton/Tennis....................................... 2                         PE 198AF 31595 LTW-Aerobics .................................................... 2
                   PC100 11:00 - 11:50          MWF ..............STAFF                                  PM         PC125 5:30 - 6:45               TR..............Valdivia
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         This course is a University requirement.
PE 198K 30505 LTW-Weight Training .......................................... 2                      PE 250A 30562 Intro Human Movement Studies .......................... 2
                   PC252 11:00 - 11:50          MWF ................. Slack                                         PC226 8:00 - 8:50               TR ........... Lockwood
                   This course is a University requirement.                                         PE 250B 31596 Intro Human Movement Studies .......................... 2
PE 198L 30534 LTW-Aqua Exercise ............................................. 2                                     PC224 11:00 - 11:50            MW.......... Lockwood
                   PC126 11:00 - 11:50          MWF . Miller-Thornwall                              PE 253A 30563 Fundamentals-Football Coaching......................... 2
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         PC253 1:00 - 1:50               TR .............Robinson
PE 198M 30535 LTW-Walk/Jog .....................................................2                   PE 256A 31732 Sports Injury First Aid.......................................... 2
                   PC100A 1:00 - 1:50           MWF ...........Escalante                                            PC224 11:00 - 11:50             TR ................... Slack
                   This course is a University requirement.                                                         Extra Fee Required.



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PE    257A     30570 Prevention & Care of Ath Injur ............................ 3                   PE    495A      31606 Internship II ...................................................1 - 12
                     PC224 9:30 - 10:45          TR ................... Slack                                              PC225 11:00 - 11:50                       F ..................Bender
                     Extra Fee Required.                                                                                        COMPLETION OF CORE AND CONCENTRATION
                          BI250 OR BI275                                                                                          COURSES
PE    258A     31623 Clnc Exp In Athletic Trng-Intr ............................. 1                  PE    496A      31634 Synthesis & Application in PE ............................. 2
                     PC121 11:00 - 11:50         TR .................. Burns                                               PC225 11:00 - 11:50         MW................Bender
                          PE256 AND PE257 OR CONCURRENT                                                                         COMPLETION OF CORE AND CONCENTRATION
PE    260A     31597 PE Activity Tech I-Team Sport ........................... 2                                                  COURSES
                     PC250 1:00 - 2:15                  TR ...........Lockwood
PE    271A     30577 First Aid & CPR.................................................... 2

PE 271B
                     PC226 9:30 - 10:20                 TR ................... Wohl
               30575 First Aid & CPR.................................................. 2
                                                                                                                         PHILOSOPHY (PH)
    PM               PC226 5:30 - 7:20                   T.....................Slack                                  Philosophy Department – GC233
PE 300A        30578 Psych of Sport & Phys Activity............................ 3                    PH 100A         30632 World Views and Moral Values........................... 3
                     PC224 12:00 - 12:50              MWF .............. Friesen                                           MO158 9:00 - 9:50       MWF................. Nobo
PE    304A     30579 Coaching Baseball & Softball............................... 2                                              This course is part of the general education program.
                     PC225 9:00 - 9:50                 MW ................ Anson                     PH 100B         30634 World Views and Moral Values........................... 3
PE    306A     30580 Admin-Ath, Intramurals & PE.............................. 3                                           GC118 11:00 - 11:50     MWF................. Nobo
                     PC224 1:00 - 2:15                  TR ................ Friesen                                             This course is part of the general education program.
PE    308A     30581 Nutrition-Sports & Fitness.................................... 3                PH 102A         30635 Ethics:Introduction to Moral Problems ................ 3
                     PC221 1:00 - 2:15                  TR ................... Wohl                                        GC231 10:00 - 10:50        MWF................Jacobs
                          HL152 OR PE198                                                                                        This course is part of the general education program.
PE    310A     30582 Elem/Mid Sch Hlth & PE ..................................... 3                  PH 102B         30637 Ethics:Introduction to Moral Problems ................ 3
                     PC221 11:00 - 12:15                    TR ................. Sparks                                    GC231 11:00 - 11:50        MWF................Jacobs
PE    320A     30585 Motor Learning .....................................................3                                      This course is part of the general education program.
                     PC226 11:00 - 12:15                    TR ................ Bender               PH 110A         30639 Logic for Computer Programming ....................... 3
PE    321A     30586 Kinesiology ...........................................................3                              HC112 8:00 - 8:50        MWF..................Rood
                                                                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                     PC226 10:00 - 10:50                  MWF .............. Bender
                          BI250 OR BI275                                                             PH 115A         30641 Philosophy of Love and Sex................................. 3
PE    324A     30587 Act & Meth of Elem Sch PE................................. 3                                          GC231 9:30 - 10:45         TR ..................Jacobs
                     PC221 1:00 - 1:50        MWF ..............STAFF                                                           This course is part of the general education program.
                          PE270 AND PE311 OR CONSENT                                                 PH 201A         30642 History of Ancient Western Philosophy............... 3
PE    325A     30588 Curr Dev & Sec PE Meth ..................................... 4                                        MO158 9:30 - 10:45          TR ................... Nobo
                     PC221 11:00 - 12:15       MWF ............... Sparks                                                       This course is part of the general education program.
                          PE270 AND PE260 OR PE360 OR CONSENT                                        PH 207A         31706 The Existence of God ........................................... 3
PE    326A     30589 Physiology of Exercise ......................................... 3                                    GC231 1:30 - 2:45              MW...................Rood
                     PC226 11:00 - 11:50           MWF ...... McCormick                                                         EN101 OR EN102
                          BI255                                                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
PE    355A     30590 Therap Mod & Exer in Inj Mgmt ......................... 3                       PH 220A         30643 Logic ..................................................................... 3
                     PC121 8:00 - 8:50        MWF ..............STAFF                                                      GC131 10:00 - 10:50                      MWF..................Rood
                          PE257                                                                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
PE    360A    30591 PE Act Tech III-Ind/Dual Sport............................ 2                     PH 315A         31218 Philosophy of Law................................................ 3
                    PC100 11:00 - 12:15        TR ................ Friesen                                                 GC231 9:00 - 9:50              MWF................Jacobs
PE 365A 31598 PE Act Tech V-Outdoor Activity ......................... 2                                                        THREE HOURS OF PHILOSOPHY
8/20 - 10/27/05     PC221 8:30 - 10:30         TR ................STAFF                                                         This course is part of the general education program.
                    Extra Fee Required.                                                              PH 335A         31718 Metaphysics .......................................................... 3
PE 392A 30592 Clinical Exp in AT-Evaluation ............................. 2                                                LLC 253 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ................... Nobo
                                                                                                                                PH202
                    PC121 9:00 - 9:50          MW ................. Burns
                          PE350
                                                                                                     PH 386A         31716 Special Studies................................................. 1 - 3
PE    400A     30593 Planning & Leading Exercise ............................... 2                                         ARR                                                         STAFF
                                                                                                                                9 HOURS OF PHILOSOPHY AND CONSENT
                     PC104 8:00 - 8:50          TR ........ McCormick
                          PE321 AND PE326
                                                                                                     PH 398A         31734 Senior Thesis Research......................................... 1
PE    410A     30594 Fitness Testing & Ex Prescr.................................. 3                                       ARR                                                   STAFF
                                                                                                                                MAJORS ONLY, SENIOR STATUS
                     PC225 11:00 - 12:15          TR ........ McCormick
                          PE326
                                                                                                     PH 399A         31735 Senior Thesis ........................................................ 3
PE    411A     30595 Current Lit in Ex Physiology ................................ 3                                       ARR                                                          STAFF
                                                                                                                                PH398
                     PC225 9:30 - 10:45           TR ................ Bender
                          PE326
                                                                                                     PH 515GA 31737 Philosophy of Law................................................ 3
PE    440A     30596 Measurement & Eval in Phys Ed.......................... 3                                      GC231 9:00 - 9:50              MWF................Jacobs
                                                                                                                                THREE HOURS OF PHILOSOPHY
                     PC226 9:00 - 9:50        MWF ...... McCormick
                          MA110 OR MA116
                                                                                                     PH 535GA 31741 Metaphysics .......................................................... 3
PE    492A     30597 Clin Exp AT-Skill Integration .............................. 2                                 LLC 253 11:00 - 12:15                 TR ................... Nobo
                                                                                                                                PH202
                     PC121 8:30 - 9:20           TR .................. Burns
                          AL315 OR AL320
PE    494B     31730 Internship I-Sport Management .....................1 - 12
                     ARR
                          COMPLETION OF CORE AND CONCENTRATION
                                                                      Friesen                                  POLITICAL SCIENCE (PO)
                            COURSES                                                                               Political Science Department – HC225
PE    494A     31337 Internship I-Ex Phys ......................................1 - 12               PO 106A         30064 US Government .................................................... 3
                     PC225 11:00 - 11:50                F.................. Bender                                         HC217 9:00 - 9:50               MWF............ Freeman
                          COMPLETION OF CORE AND CONCENTRATION                                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                            COURSES                                                                  PO 106B         30260 US Government................................................... 3
                                                                                                         PM                HC307 5:30 - 8:00                 T .................. Beatty
                                                                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.


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PO 106C         31471 US Government.....................................................3               PS   126AL 31652 Phys Sci for Elem Ed Lab .................................... 0
                      HC204 9:30 - 10:45                TR .............. Peterson                                       ST111 2:00 - 4:50              R ................. STAFF
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
PO 106D         30261 US Government.....................................................3               PS   261A     30400 College Physics I .................................................. 5
                      HC308 11:00 - 11:50             MWF ...........Hamilton                                               ST112 9:00 - 9:50                MWRF ..........Camarda
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                MA116 AN MA117 OR EQUIVALENT
PO 106E         30263 US Government.....................................................3                                       This course is part of the general education program.
                      HC6 8:00 - 8:50                 MWF ...................Kerr                       PS   261AL 30401 College Physics I Lab A ....................................... 0
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                         ST115 9:00 - 11:50               T ...............Camarda
PO 107A         30252 Amer State & Local Gov't .................................... 3                                           MA116 AN MA117 OR EQUIVALENT
                      HC207 10:00 - 10:50        MWF ................ Smith                                                     This course is part of the general education program.
                           This course is part of the general education program.                        PS   261BL 30402 College Physics I Lab B ....................................... 0
PO 107B         30253 Amer State & Local Gov't .................................... 3                                    ST115 2:00 - 4:50                T ...............Camarda
                      HC217 8:00 - 9:15            TR .................. Smith                                                  MA116 AN MA117 OR EQUIVALENT
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                                This course is part of the general education program.
PO 210A         30061 Pol Corruption in America.................................... 3                   PS   282A     30403 General Physics II................................................. 5
                      HC207 12:00 - 12:50        MWF ................ Smith                                                 ST111 9:00 - 9:50               MTWF ...............Black
                                                                                                                                PS281
PO 235A         30059 Intro to World Governments................................. 3
                                                                                                        PS   282AL 30404 General Physics II Lab A ..................................... 0
                      HC307 11:00 - 12:15          TR ................. Beatty
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                         ST115 9:00 - 11:50              R ................. STAFF
                                                                                                                                PS281
PO 300A         31482 Politics & Film ...................................................... 3
                                                                                                        PS   282BL 31224 General Physics II Lab B...................................... 0
                      HC307 1:30 - 4:00                       R................... Beatty
                                                                                                                         ST115 2:00 - 4:50               R ................. STAFF
PO 304A         31152 Political Behavior.................................................. 3                                    PS281
                      HC204 11:00 - 12:15                    TR .............. Peterson                 PS   322A     31673 Electrical Laboratory ............................................ 2
PO 305A         31475 Public Policy ......................................................... 3                             ST115 1:00 - 4:50                   F ....................Black
                      HC217 9:30 - 10:45                     TR .................. Smith                                        PS330 OR CONCURRENT
PO 307A         30441 Intern-State & Local Gov't...............................3 - 6                    PS   360A     30030 Experimental Physics ...................................... 1 - 2
                      ARR                                                             Smith                                 ARR                                                 Camarda
                           PO107 OR CONSENT AND JR/SR STATUS                                                                    CONSENT
PO 321A         30445 Presidency ............................................................. 3        PS   360B     30034 Experimental Physics ...................................... 1 - 2
                      HC217 1:00 - 1:50                     MWF ............Freeman                                         ARR                                                      Black
PO 334A         30655 Mod & Contemp Pol Theory ................................ 3                                               CONSENT
                      HC217 11:00 - 11:50                   MWF ............Freeman                     PS   360C     31679 Experimental Physics ...................................... 1 - 2
                           Crosslisted w/HN202C                                                                             ARR                                                    STAFF
PO 340A   31476 Constitutional Law II ............................................ 3                                            CONSENT
                HC303 10:00 - 10:50             MWF ................. Cann                              PS   365A     31674 Intro to Theoretical Physics.................................. 3
PO 346VA 31480 Legal Issue in Pub Svc .......................................... 3                                          ST111 11:00 - 11:50         MWF.............. STAFF
   Online                                                                Swartz                                                 PS262 OR PS282 OR CONCURRENT
PO 352A 31474 Peace Stud & Conf Res......................................... 3                          PS   366A     31675 Intro to Comp Physics .......................................... 3
                HC304 9:00 - 9:50               MWF ...........Hamilton                                                     ST111 12:00 - 12:50           MWF............Camarda
PO 361A 31477 European Politics .................................................. 3                                            PS262 OR PS282 AND MA153
                HC308 1:00 - 2:15                 TR .............Hamilton
PO 386A 30446 Directed Readings ............................................1 - 3
                ARR
                           MAJORS ONLY OR CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT
                                                                          Beatty
                                                                                                        PSYCHOLOGY UNDERGRADUATE
PO 390A
                             CHAIR
          30447 Applied Political Research.................................... 3
                                                                                                              & GRADUATE (PY)
                HC23 12:00 - 12:50          MWF ................. Cann                                                Psychology Department – HC211
PO 391A 31478 Public Personnel Admin..................................... 3                             PY 100A       30063 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
    PM          HC107 5:30 - 8:00              T..............Hamilton                                                      HC303 8:00 - 8:50         MWF............Bowman
PO 395VA 31851 Non-Profit Management ....................................... 3                                                  This course is part of the general education program.
   Online                                                            STAFF                              PY 100B       30127 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
PO 401A 31479 Program Evaluation Methods ........................... 3                                                      HC303 9:00 - 9:50         MWF.............. Russell
    PM          HC207 5:30 - 8:00              T............... Peterson                                                        This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                        PY 100C       30106 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
                                                                                                                            HC307 10:00 - 10:50       MWF....... MacDonald
                                                                                                                                This course is part of the general education program.
                           PHYSICS (PS)                                                                 PY 100D       30107 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
        Physics & Astronomy Department – ST108                                                                              HC203 11:00 - 11:50       MWF.............. McKee
PS    101A      30397 Intro to Physics (Health) ....................................... 3                                       This course is part of the general education program.
                      ST200 8:00 - 8:50              MWF .............Mechtly                           PY 100E       30108 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            HC8 12:00 - 1:15          MW............... Nielsen
PS    101B      30398 Intro to Physics...................................................... 3                                  This course is part of the general education program.
                      ST103 1:30 - 2:45                    MW ...............STAFF                      PY 100F       30109 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            HC303 1:30 - 2:45         MW............... Altman
PS    101C      31229 Intro to Physics.................................................... 3                                    This course is part of the general education program.
       PM             ST101 5:30 - 6:45                  MW .............. STAFF                        PY 100G       31170 Basic Concepts in Psychology............................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                            PM              HC304 7:00 - 8:15         MW................Romig
PS    120A      31678 Meteorology ..........................................................3                                   This course is part of the general education program.
                      ST112 11:00 - 12:15                  MW ...............STAFF                      PY 100H       31171 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery............................ 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                            HC207 8:00 - 9:15          TR ................. Barber
PS    126A      30399 Phys Sci for Elem Ed Lecture............................... 5                                             This course is part of the general education program.
                      ST112 1:00 - 1:50        MTWF...............Salem
                           This course is part of the general education program.
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PY 100I        31436 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery ............................ 3               PY 301VA 30060 Principles of Learning .......................................... 3
                     HC207 9:30 - 10:45         TR ................. Barber                        Online                                                           McGuire
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 100J        30110 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery ............................ 3               PY 305A        30057 Sensation & Perception ........................................ 3
                     HC118 11:00 - 12:15        TR ............. McGuire                                             HC104 11:00 - 11:50          MWF.............. Russell
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 100K        30111 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery ............................ 3               PY 309A        30085 Theories of Personality....................................... 3
                     HC303 1:00 - 2:15          TR ................STAFF                            PM               HC104 5:30 - 6:45             TR................Nielsen
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 100L        30112 Basic Concpts in Psyc-Mastery ............................ 3               PY 310A        31195 Social Psychology................................................. 3
                     HC303 2:30 - 3:45          TR ................STAFF                                             HC304 1:30 - 2:45                 TR ................London
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 100M 31602 Basic Concepts in Psychology ............................ 3                       PY 336A        30090 Field/Vol Exp in Psych.................................... 1 - 3
    PM        HC303 5:30 - 6:45         TR ...............Bartlett                                                   HC205 12:00 - 1:15               F .......... MacDonald
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 100N        31603 Basic Concepts in Psychology.............................. 3               PY 353VA 31194 Psychology of Everyday Life ................................ 3
                     HC303 9:00 - 11:40          S..................Bartlett                       Online                                                           Evans
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                            PY100 OR PY101
PY 105A        30067 Intro Psychology Lab............................................ 1         PY 356A        30091 Psych of Marital & Fam Proc............................... 3
                     HC8 1:30 - 2:45                  M .............. McGuire                                       HC204 1:00 - 2:15          TR ................. Barber
                         PY100 OR CONCURRENT                                                                              PY100 OR PY101
PY 105B        30068 Intro Psychology Lab............................................ 1         PY 389A        30092 Independent Study ........................................... 1 - 3
                     HC8 2:50 - 4:05                  M .............. McGuire                                       ARR                                                   Provorse
                         PY100 OR CONCURRENT                                                                              CONSENT
PY 150A        30604 Psychological Statistics......................................... 4        PY 390A        30093 Directed Research............................................ 1 - 3
                     HC308 9:30 - 10:45               TR ................ Russell                                    ARR                                                   Provorse
                         PY100 WITH GRADE OF C OR BETTER AND PY105                                                        PY250 AND CONSENT
                           OR CONCURRENT AND MA104                                              PY 395A        31290 ST: Industrial/Organizational ............................... 3
PY 150A1 30605 Psychological Statistics......................................... 0                                   HC304 3:00 - 4:15                          TR ................London
               HC8 1:00 - 2:59                   R.................. Russell                    PY 501GA       30094 Experimental Foundations I ................................. 3
                         PY100 WITH GRADE OF C OR BETTER AND PY105                                                   HC210 11:00 - 12:15                        TR ................ Altman
                           OR CONCURRENT AND MA104                                              PY 510GA       30095 Intermediate Statistics........................................... 3
PY 150A2 30606 Psychological Statistics......................................... 0                                   HC210 1:00 - 2:15                          TR ..............McGuire
               HC8 3:00 - 4:59                   R.................. Russell                    PY 520GA       30066 Int & Diag Assessment-Adults............................. 3
                         PY100 WITH GRADE OF C OR BETTER AND PY105                                                   HC205 1:30 - 2:45                         MW............... STAFF
                           OR CONCURRENT AND MA104                                              PY 550GA       30096 Intro to Psychotherapy Techn............................... 3
PY 210VA 30069 Psych of Infancy & Childhood.............................. 3                                          HC205 9:00 - 11:45                        MW.............Bowman
   Online                                               MacDonald                               PY 580GA       30058 Assessment Practicum I..................................... 1.5
                         PY100 OR PY101
                                                                                                                     ARR                                                               STAFF
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                PY 590GA       30097 Psychotherapy Practicum I ................................ 1.5
PY 210A        31605 Psych of Infancy & Childhood ............................. 3
                                                                                                                     ARR                                                            Bowman
                     HC203 10:00 - 10:50       MWF .............. McKee
                         PY100 OR PY101
                                                                                                PY 601GA       30098 Internship .............................................................. 6
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                       HC205 1:30 - 4:15                            R ............... Provorse
PY 211A        31190 Adolescent Psychology......................................... 3           PY 650GA       30102 Child, Family & Marital Ther .............................. 3
                     HC307 9:00 - 9:50           MWF .......MacDonald                                                HC305 11:00 - 1:45                           R ...........Stephenson
                         PY100 OR PY101                                                         PY 660GA       30103 Theories of Psychotherapy ................................... 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                       HC205 8:00 - 10:45                           R ............... Provorse
PY 231A        30076 Abnormal Psychology........................................... 3           PY 695GA       30100 Independent Research...................................... 1 - 3
                     HC307 11:00 - 11:50         MWF ............... Barber                                          ARR                                                            Provorse
                         PY100 OR PY101                                                         PY 699GA       30105 Thesis .................................................................... 3
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                       ARR                                                            Provorse
PY 231B        30079 Abnormal Psychology........................................... 3
                     HC104 1:30 - 2:45            MW ............ Bowman
                         PY100 OR PY101
                         This course is part of the general education program.                                         RELIGION (RG)
PY 231C        30080 Abnormal Psychology......................................... 3                             Philosophy Department – GC233
    PM               HC304 5:30 - 6:45          MW ................. Fantz                      RG 101A        30646 Introduction to Religion ....................................... 3
                         PY100 OR PY101                                                                              LLC 162 9:00 - 9:50           MWF...........Crawford
                         This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
PY 250A        30081 Experimental Psychology ..................................... 4
                                                                                                RG 102A        30647 World Religions.................................................... 3
                     HC210 9:30 - 10:45           TR ................Altman
                                                                                                                     LLC 162 11:00 - 11:50            MWF...........Crawford
                         PY102 AND PY105 WITH GRADES OF C OR
                           BETTER
                                                                                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
PY 250A1 30124 Experimental Psychology Lab .............................. 0                     RG 105A        30648 Introduction to the Old Testament........................ 3
               HC205 1:00 - 2:59          T..................Altman                                                  LLC 162 10:00 - 10:50       MWF...........Crawford
                         PY102 AND PY105 WITH GRADES OF C OR                                                              This course is part of the general education program.
                           BETTER                                                               RG 331A        31720 Concepts of God: East and West......................... 3
PY 250A2 30125 Experimental Psychology Lab .............................. 0                                          MO159 9:30 - 10:45         TR .............Crawford
               HC205 3:00 - 4:59          T..................Altman                                                       THREE HOURS OF RELIGION OR PHILOSOPHY
                         PY102 AND PY105 WITH GRADES OF C OR                                    RG 386A        30710 Special Study ................................................... 1 - 3
                           BETTER                                                                                    ARR                                                      Crawford
PY 299A        30084 Psychological Forum ............................................ 1                                   NINE HOURS OF RELIGION AND CONSENT
                     HC304 12:00 - 1:15               W ..........MacDonald                     RG 398A        30711 Senior Thesis Research......................................... 1
                         PY100 AND SOPH MAJORS ONLY                                                                  ARR                                               Crawford
                                                                                                                          SENIOR RELIGIOUS STUDIES MAJOR

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RG 399A        30712 Senior Thesis......................................................... 3         SO 326VA 31628 Aging & Society .................................................... 3
                     ARR                                                      Crawford                   Online                                                             Burton, A
                          RG398                                                                                                  SO100 OR CONSENT
RG 531GA 31740 Concepts Of God: East and West ........................ 3                                                         Crosslisted w/AN326VA
               MO159 9:30 - 10:45        TR ............ Crawford                                     SO 360A         31629 Sociological Theory.............................................. 3
                          THREE HOURS OF RELIGION OR PHILOSOPHY                                                             HC210 11:00 - 11:50            MWF...........Zelkovitz
                                                                                                                                 MAJORS ONLY, JR/SR STATUS OR CONSENT
                                                                                                      SO 361A         30811 Supervised Study                                                 1-3
                                                                                                                            ARR                                                          Zelkovitz
                    SOCIOLOGY (SO)                                                                                               MAJORS ONLY, JR/SR STATUS OR CONSENT
    Sociology & Anthropology Department – ST108                                                       SO 362A         30812 Methods of Social Research ................................. 3
SO 100A        30793 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                                      HC210 12:00 - 1:15         MW..............Childers
                     HC207 8:00 - 8:50            MWF ..................Love                                                     MAJORS ONLY AND 15 HRS OF SOCIOLOGY OR
                                                                                                                                    CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.
                                                                                                                                 Crosslisted w/AN362A
SO 100B        30794 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3
                                                                                                      SO 363A         30911 Internship ......................................................... 1 - 3
                     HC208 9:00 - 9:50            MWF ..........Burton, A
                                                                                                                            ARR                                                         Zelkovitz
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                  MAJORS ONLY, SR STATUS OR CONSENT
SO 100C        30796 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3
                     HC204 10:00 - 10:50          MWF .......... Zelkovitz
                          This course is part of the general education program.
SO 100D        30797 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                SOCIAL WORK UNDERGRADUATE &
                     CA203 11:00 - 11:50          MWF .......... Burton, R
                          This course is part of the general education program.                               GRADUATE (SW)
SO 100E        30802 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                                Social Work Department – BE405
                     HC204 12:00 - 1:15            MW ................ Gately                         SW 100A       30645 Intro to Soc Wk & Soc Welfare ........................... 3
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       Web CT Assisted     CA200 8:00 - 10:45          R ..................Palmer
SO 100F        30805 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                SW 250A 30649 Gen Soc Wk Perspectives..................................... 3
                     HC303 9:30 - 10:45             TR ....................Love                       Web CT Assisted     HC207 2:00 - 4:45           R ................ Schbley
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 325A 30656 Micro Hum Beh & Soc Envir............................... 3
SO 100G        31653 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                Web CT Assisted     BE305 11:00 - 1:45         R .............. Kaufman
                     CA300 11:00 - 12:15            TR ................. Gately                                                  SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 325EA 30654 Micro Hum Beh & Soc Envir ............................ 3
SO 100H        30806 Introduction to Sociology ..................................... 3                    PM         BE305 5:30 - 8:00       R ............. Kaufman
                     HC112 1:00 - 2:15              TR .....................Paul                      Web CT Assisted            SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 350A       30660 Soc Pol & Prog Analysis I.................................... 3
SO 100I        31259 Introduction to Sociology ................................... 3                  Web CT Assisted     BE305 8:00 - 10:50            M................... Myers
    PM               HC303 4:10 - 5:25            TR .................... Paul                                                   SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 350VA 31226 Soc Pol & Prog Analysis I.................................... 3
SO 100J        31618 Introduction to Sociology ................................... 3                     Online      carl.myers@washburn.edu                               Myers
    PM               HC112 5:30 - 8:00             W................. Coates                                                     SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 352A       30657 Social Work Practice I.......................................... 3
SO 100VA 30842 Introduction to Sociology......................................3                       Web CT Assisted     BE207 11:00 - 1:50               M..................Palmer
   Online                                                        Burton, R                                                       SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 352EA 30668 Social Work Practice I ....................................... 3
SO 101A        30808 American Social Problems.................................... 3                       PM         HC210 5:30 - 8:00               T .................Palmer
                     HC204 2:30 - 3:45          MW ............. Childers                             Web CT Assisted            SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          This course is part of the general education program.                       SW 354A         30672 Seminar & Field Practicum I................................ 6
SO 101B        30809 American Social Problems ................................. 3                                           HC102 8:00 - 10:45           T .................. Owens
    PM               HC204 4:10 - 5:25        MW ............ Childers                                                           SW100, SW250, SW325, SW326, SW352, SW353,
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                                    AND 2.5 GPA IN MAJOR AND 2.0 OVERALL
SO 101C        30810 American Social Problems ................................. 3                                                  GPA
    PM               HC112 5:30 - 8:00          M ........... Alexander                               SW 354B         30675 Seminar & Field Practicum I................................ 6
                          This course is part of the general education program.                                             HC102 11:00 - 1:45           T ................. Donner
SO 207A        30840 Race & Ethnic Group Relations ........................... 3                                                 SW100, SW250, SW325, SW326, SW352, SW353,
                                                                                                                                   AND 2.5 GPA IN MAJOR AND 2.0 OVERALL
                     HC217 11:00 - 12:15        TR ............ Burton, R                                                          GPA
                          SO100 OR AN112
                          Crosslisted w/AN207A
                                                                                                      SW 354C         30691 Seminar & Field Practicum I................................ 6
SO 300A        30901 Creativity&Soc: SO & The Arts........................... 3                                             HC102 2:00 - 4:45            T .................. Owens
                                                                                                                                 SW100, SW250, SW325, SW326, SW352, SW353,
                     HC107 1:00 - 2:15        MW .......... Field/Paul                                                             AND 2.5 GPA IN MAJOR AND 2.0 OVERALL
                          CONSENT                                                                                                  GPA
                          Crosslisted w/AN337A
                                                                                                      SW 354EA 30705 Seminar & Field Practicum I ............................ 6
SO 300B        31626 ST: Women & Popular Culture .......................1 - 3
                                                                                                          PM         HC102 5:30 - 8:00         T ..................Jensen
                     GC231 1:30 - 4:00         T................ Sullivan                                                        SW100, SW250, SW325, SW326, SW352, SW353,
                          CONSENT
                                                                                                                                   AND 2.5 GPA IN MAJOR AND 2.0 OVERALL
                          Crosslisted w/AR399B, IS375A, TH399B
                                                                                                                                   GPA
SO 304A        30843 The Family ............................................................ 3        SW 361A         31332 Independent Study ........................................... 1 - 3
                     HC207 12:00 - 1:15                     TR .............. Otudeko                                       ARR                                                  Memmott
                          SO100 OR AN112                                                                                         CONSENT OF DEPARTMENT CHAIR
                          Crosslisted w/AN304A
                                                                                                      SW 362A       30708 Social Work Research I ........................................ 3
SO 308A        31627 Sociology of Mental Health .................................. 3
                                                                                                      Web CT Assisted     HC206 11:00 - 1:50              W................ Schbley
                     HC217 9:30 - 10:45           TR ............ Burton, R                                                      SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT
                          SO100 OR AN112
                                                                                                      SW 362EA 31426 Social Work Research I...................................... 3
                                                                                                          PM         GC131 5:30 - 8:00            W ...............Schbley
                                                                                                      Web CT Assisted            SW100, SW250 OR CONSENT


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SW 390A  31713 Systems of Care .................................................... 3        SW 655GE 31419 Clinical Practice Seminar .................................. 3
Web CT AssistedHC307 2:00 - 4:50                    W .................STAFF                     PM         HC205 5:30 - 8:00            W .................Jensen
SW 390EA 31715 Rural Social Work .............................................. 3            Web CT Assisted           ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY
    PM         CA203 5:30 - 8:00                    R ................ STAFF
Web CT Assisted
SW 425WA 31551 Pre-BSW Practicum Workshop ............................ 0                      TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION (TA)
8/17/05        Kansas Room 8:30 - 4:30  W .................. Spyres
                          ADMISSION TO BSW PROGRAM AND CONSENT
                                                                                                 Office, Legal & Technology Department – BE311
                            OF PRACTICUM DIRECTOR                                            TA 300EA 31041 Evolution & Dev. of Tech................................... 3
SW 500GA 30713 Micro Hum Beh in Soc Envir ............................... 3                      PM         BE211 5:30 - 6:45           M.................. Depue
Web CT Assisted BE211 8:00 - 10:50        M .............. Kaufman                           Web CT Assisted
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                TA 300VA 31042 Evolution & Dev. of Tech. .................................... 3
SW 510GA 30714 Foundations of Social Policy ................................ 3                  Online      dave.depue@washburn.edu                               Depue
Web CT Assisted HC210 2:00 - 4:50            M ...................Myers                      TA 310EA 31043 Technology & Society......................................... 3
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                    PM         HC6 5:30 - 6:45                W ................. Depue
SW 510GV 31578 Foundations of Social Policy................................ 3                Web CT Assisted
   Online      carl.myers@washburn.edu                             Myers                     TA 310VA 31044 Technology & Society........................................... 3
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                   Online      dave.depue@washburn.edu                                Depue
SW 520GA 30786 Found of Social Work Research ........................ 3                      TA 320EA 31763 Syst Des., Assess., & Eval................................... 3
    PM         HC210 5:30 - 8:00        M ............ Memmott                                   PM         BE305 7:00 - 9:00               M................Bennett
Web CT Assisted           ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                Web CT Assisted           MA110 OR MA116 OR MA140 OR EQUIVALENT
SW 530GA 30787 Fund of Social Work Practice............................... 3                 TA 330VA 31046 Sfty Analysis & Quality Assur .............................. 3
Web CT Assisted HC206 11:00 - 1:50         M .................Donner                              Online     todd.farley@washburn.edu                                Farley
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                TA 360A 31047 Independent Study ........................................... 1 - 4
SW 540GA 31717 Clinical Assessment & Diagnosis......................... 3                    Web CT Assisted ARR                                                     Depue
Web CT Assisted BE207 11:00 - 1:50        W ..................Owens                                                    CONSENT
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                TA 370A       31048 Technology Internship..................................... 1 - 4
SW 585GA 31771 Psychoeducational Groups................................. 3                   Web CT Assisted     ARR                                                    Depue
    PM         CA304 5:30 - 8:00         T.................. Spyres                                                    CONSENT
Web CT Assisted           ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                TA 390VA 31049            Technology & Ecology ......................................... 3
SW 599GA 31387 Dimensions of Prof Social Work .......................... 3                        Online               joseph.pellegrini@washburn.edu                   Pellegrini
Web CT Assisted BE211 8:00 - 10:50        W ..................Palmer                         10/15 – 12/16/05
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM AND CONSENT                               TA 390XA 31754            Fire Investigation & Prevention ........................... 3
SW 600GA 30791 Clin Soc Wk Prac w/ Individual ........................... 3                  11/4 – 11/20/05           BE211 ....................................................Rozmiarek
Web CT Assisted BE207 11:00 - 1:50         W .................Donner                                                   F: 6:00 – 10:00/SY: 8:00 – 5:00
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   Meets 11/4 – 11/6, 11/18 – 11/20
SW 600GB 30792 Clin Soc Wk Prac w/ Individual ........................ 3                                               Crosslisted w/CJ370XA
    PM         HC8 5:30 - 8:00           W................ Donner
Web CT Assisted           ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY
SW 601GA 30799 Clin Soc Wk Prac w/ Families.............................. 3
Web CT Assisted HC8 2:00 - 4:50           W .............. Kaufman                                                   THEATRE (TH)
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                            Theatre Department – GC133
SW 604GA 30795 Clin Soc Wk Prac w/ Groups................................ 3                  TH 100A       31283 Theatre Production Crew...................................... 1
Web CT Assisted BE305 8:00 - 10:50        W .................. Spyres                                            GC132 ARR                                            Naylor
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY
                                                                                             TH 100B 31284 Theatre Production Crew...................................... 1
SW 618GA 30798 Soc Wk Prac in Schools ...................................... 3
                                                                                                                 GC 132 ARR                                           Naylor
    PM         HC210 5:30 - 8:00             R ................Szafran
Web CT Assisted           ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT
                                                                                             TH 100C 31492 Theatre Production Crew .................................. 1
SW 619GA 31743 Clin Prac w/ Surv of Trauma ................................ 3                8/15 - 8/30/05      GC132 ARR                                           Naylor
8/27 – 10/29/05 BE305 8:30 - 12:30            S...................Owens                      TH 100D 31493 Theatre Production Crew .................................. 1
Web CT Assisted Meets: 8/27, 9/10, 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, & 10/29                                 10/30 - 11/15/05    GC132 ARR                                           Naylor
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                TH 101A 30146 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
SW 625WA 31772 Pre-Clinical Practicum Wrkshp ............................ 0                                      GC118 1:00 - 3:45             M.................. Naylor
8/19/05        Kansas Room 8:30 - 4:30     F................... Spyres                                                 This course is part of the general education program.
                          COMPLETION OF MSW FOUNDATION                                       TH 101B         30148 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
                            COURSEWORK AND CONSENT OF                                                              GC131 1:00 - 3:45              T ................. Weiner
                            PRACTICUM DIRECTOR                                                                         This course is part of the general education program.
SW 630GA 31272 Independent Study ...........................................1 - 3            TH 101C         31289 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
               ARR                                                  Memmott                                        GC131 1:30 - 4:15             W.................. Naylor
                          ADMISSION TO MSW PROGRAM OR CONSENT                                                          This course is part of the general education program.
SW 650GA 31556 Clinical Practicum I .............................................. 3         TH 101D         31293 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
               ARR                                                       Spyres                                    GC131 1:00 - 3:45              R ................. STAFF
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
SW 655GA 30882 Clinical Practice Seminar................................... 3                TH 101E         30150 Drama Classics on Video ................................... 3
    PM         HC205 5:30 - 8:00            T................... Crago                           PM                GC118 5:30 - 8:15           W ............ Dingman
Web CT Assisted           ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
SW 655GB 30885 Clinical Practice Seminar...................................... 3             TH 101F         30151 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
Web CT Assisted CA300 8:00 - 10:50             W .................. Jensen                                         GC118 10:00 - 12:45            S .............. Dingman
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
SW 655GC 30895 Clinical Practice Seminar...................................... 3             TH 102A         31494 Introduction to Theatre ......................................... 3
Web CT Assisted CA304 8:00 - 10:50             W .....................Reed                                         GC131 11:00 - 12:15             MW..............Sullivan
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.
SW 655GD 31562 Clinical Practice Seminar...................................... 3             TH 102B         30239 Introduction to Theatre ......................................... 3
Web CT Assisted HC210 2:00 - 4:50              W .................Szafran                                          GC131 9:30 - 10:45               TR ...............Sullivan
                          ADMITTED MSW STUDENTS ONLY                                                                   This course is part of the general education program.

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TH 102C          30564 Introduction to Theatre...................................... 3            TH 301B        30153 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
    PM                 GC131 5:30 - 8:00             M ........... Montague                                            GC131 1:00 - 3:45              T ................. Weiner
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           This course is part of the general education program.
TH 103A          30565 Voice, Diction & Interp ........................................ 3         TH 301C        31301 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
                       GC32 10:00 - 10:50            MWF ................ Chinn                                        GC131 1:30 - 4:15             W.................. Naylor
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           This course is part of the general education program.
TH 103B          30566 Voice, Diction & Interp ........................................ 3         TH 301D        31302 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
                       GC32 11:00 - 12:15             MW ............... Weiner                                        GC131 1:00 - 3:45              R ................. STAFF
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           This course is part of the general education program.
TH 103C          30453 Voice, Diction & Interp ........................................ 3         TH 301E        30154 Drama Classics on Video ................................... 3
                       GC32 9:30 - 10:45               TR ................ Weiner                     PM               GC118 5:30 - 8:15           W ............ Dingman
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           This course is part of the general education program.
TH 103D          31498 Voice, Diction & Interp ........................................ 3         TH 301F        30155 Drama Classics on Video ..................................... 3
                       GC32 11:00 - 12:15              TR ................Shonka                                       GC118 10:00 - 12:45            S .............. Dingman
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           This course is part of the general education program.
TH 103E          31554 Voice, Diction & Interp ...................................... 3           TH 314A 31503 Children's Theatre Tour........................................ 3
    PM                 GC32 5:30 - 6:45              TR ................. Chinn                   10/12 - 12/3/05 GC32 12:30 - 3:30           MW.................. Prece
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                           CONSENT
TH 199A          31497 Principles of Playwrighting .................................. 3           TH 399A        30569 Principles of Playwrighting .................................. 3
                       GC33 1:00 - 3:40               W ................. Weiner                                       GC33 1:00 - 3:40               W................. Weiner
                           Crosslisted w/EN399A, HN201B & TH399A                                                           Crosslisted w/EN399A, HN201B & TH199A
TH 203A 31501 Acting.................................................................... 3        TH 399B        31504 Women & Popular Culture................................... 3
8/15 - 10/5/05 GC32 12:30 - 3:30                       MW .................. Prece                                     GC231 1:30 - 4:00           T ................Sullivan
TH 206A 31502 Survey of Drama I................................................. 3                                         Crosslisted w/AR399B, IS375A, SO300B
               GC131 11:00 - 12:15                      TR ..................... Ray              TH 416A        30571 Special Projects/Act/Direct ............................. 1 - 3
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       ARR                                                     Prece
                           Crosslisted w/EN299A                                                                            CONSENT
TH 300A       30568 Theatre Production Crew ...................................... 1              TH 416B        30572 Special Projects/Design ...................................1 - 3
                    GC132 ARR                                            Naylor                                        ARR                                                     Naylor
TH 300B 31298 Theatre Production Crew ...................................... 1                                             CONSENT
                    GC132 ARR                                            Naylor                   TH 416C        30574 Special Projects/Playwriting............................ 1 - 3
TH 300C 31495 Theatre Production Crew .................................. 1                                             ARR                                                 Weiner
8/15 - 8/30/05      GC132 ARR                                            Naylor                                            CONSENT
TH 300D 31496 Theatre Production Crew .................................. 1                        TH 416D        30576 Special Projects/Theatre .................................. 1 - 3
10/30 - 11/15/05    GC132 ARR                                            Naylor                                        ARR                                                  Sullivan
                                                                                                                           CONSENT
TH 301A 30152 Drama Classics on Video...................................... 3
                                                                                                  TH 416E        31304 Special Projects/Theatre .................................. 1 - 3
                    GC118 1:00 - 3:45              M ..................Naylor
                           This course is part of the general education program.                                       ARR                                                       Prece
                                                                                                                           CONSENT




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                          CLASSROOM ASSIGNMENTS
                                                   http://www.washburn.edu/schedule/schedules.html
                                                                        OR
                                                                               my.washburn.edu
                                                                       Fall 2005 Available Course List




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                                      Tentative Final Exam Schedule – Fall 2005
                                                for Classes Beginning Prior to 4:00 pm
Examinations are given in the regular classroom at the time and date indicated, unless the instructor makes other
arrangements.
Exam times for consultation courses will be arranged by the instructor. If a student is scheduled for two finals at the same time, the student will
take the final for the course listed first in the schedule below, and the instructor of the other course will make arrangements for an alternate final
examination time for the student. Students should notify instructors of conflicts prior to the last week of class.

 If your class begins at            on the following days                                            your final exam is tentatively
                                                                                                     scheduled for
                                                                                                     Monday, December 12
 9:00 am or 9:30 am                 MTWRF, MWRF, MTWR, MTWF, MTRF, MWF,                              9:00 am
                                    MW, M, W, F

 11:00 am, 11:30 am, or             TR, TF, T, R                                                     1:30 pm
 Noon
                                                                                                     Tuesday, December 13
 9:30 am, 9:00 am, or               TR, T, R                                                         9:00 am
 10:00 am

 1:00 pm, 1:25 p.m.,                TWR, TR, TF, T, R                                                1:30 pm
 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm,
 2:30 pm, 2:50 pm,
 3:00 pm, 3:30 pm,
 or 3:45 pm

                                    Common Final Exam time for all sections of
                                    BU250 - Henderson 100                                            1:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     Wednesday, December 14
 10:00 am or 10:31 am               MTWRF, MTWR,                                                     9:00 am
                                    MTWF, MTRF, MWF, MW, MF, M, W, F

 1:00 pm or 1:30 pm                 MTWR, MTWF, MWF, MW, M, W, F                                     1:30 pm

                                    Common Final Exam time for all sections of
                                    AC224 - Henderson 100                                            1:30 p.m.
                                    AC225 - Henderson 112                                            1:30 p.m.
                                                                                                     Thursday, December 15
 11:00 am, 11:21 am, or             MTWF, MTWR, MTRF, MWF, MW, M, W, F                               9:00 am
 11:30 am

 2:00 pm, 2:01 pm,                  MTWR, MW, MWF, MW, WR, M, W, F                                   1:30 pm
 2:45 pm, 2:50 pm,
 3:00 pm, or 3:30 pm

 8:00 am or 8:30 am                 TR, T, R                                                         1:30 pm
                                                                                                     Friday, December 16
 8:00 am, 8:15 am, or               MTWF, MTWRF, MWF, MW, MF, M, W, F                                9:00 am
 8:30 am

 7:00 am, 7:30 am, Noon,            MTWR, MTWF, MWF, MW, WR, TWR, TR, M,                             1:30 pm
 12:15 pm, 12:30 pm,                T, W, R, F
 2:00 pm, or 2:30 pm

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                            Tentative Final Exam Schedule – Fall 2005
                                    for Classes Beginning 4:00 pm or Later

Final exams for courses beginning 4:00 pm or later start at their regular class time, unless otherwise arranged by the
instructor. If a student is scheduled for two finals at the same time, the student will take the final for the course listed
first in the schedule below, and the instructor of the other course will make arrangements for an alternate final
examination time for the student. Students should notify instructors of conflicts prior to the last week of class.



 If your class regularly meets on                                your final exam is tentatively scheduled for
 Friday only, Friday/Saturday, Friday/Saturday/Sunday            Saturday, December 10

 Saturday or Sunday only (at any time of the day)                Saturday, December 10

 Monday only                                                     Monday, December 12

 Monday/Wednesday at 7:00 pm, 7:30 pm, 6:30 pm,                  Monday, December 12
 4:00 pm, 4:10 pm, or 4:30 pm

 Tuesday only                                                    Tuesday, December 13

 Tuesday/Thursday at 4:00 pm, 4:10 pm,                           Tuesday, December 13
 4:30 pm, 6:30 pm, or 7:00 pm

 Wednesday only                                                  Wednesday, December 14

 Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 6:00 pm                              Wednesday, December 14

 Monday/Wednesday at 5:30 pm, 5:45 pm, or 6:00 pm                Wednesday, December 14

 Thursday only                                                   Thursday, December 15

 Tuesday/Thursday at 5:30 pm, 5:00 pm, 5:01 pm, 5:10             Thursday, December 15
 pm, or 6:00 pm



• Final exam dates and times for telecourses, short term courses and weekend
  courses are determined by the instructor.

• The final exam schedule for the School of Nursing will be issued by the Dean
  of the School of Nursing.




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                               Online credit courses are available in Allied Health,
                               Anthropology/Sociology, Business, Communications, Criminal Justice,
                               Education, English, History, Human Services, Legal Assistance, Military
                               Studies, Nursing, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology,
Social Work, and Technology Administration. These courses require that you have access to the Web or
use the campus computer labs to access the course Web sites and materials. Some of the courses require
periodic on-campus sessions, interactive television (ITV) class sessions, or proctored exams.
To view the list of online courses, go to http://www.washburn.edu/online-education/ and select the
Available Course List link. The Online Education home page also offers additional information on
Washburn degree and certificate programs, as well as a special quiz designed to see if online education is
right for you. You may enroll in an online course the same way you enroll in any other WU credit courses
(refer to the registration section of the class schedule for specific enrollment information).
To access online courses, faculty and students must login to MyWashburn at my.washburn.edu. In
MyWashburn, select the Student tab, then click on My Courses. Clicking the title of a WebCT-enabled
course will cause a new window to open in WebCT and sign you in automatically!
All students enrolled in online courses also have access to the WebCT Student Orientation. This can be
visited from the myWebCT screen (accessible from the top menu of any WebCT course). Students new to
online classes are strongly encouraged to read the orientation material during the first week of classes.
The orientation covers each of the WebCT tools and answers some of the most commonly asked questions.
For technical support with online classes, e-mail webtech@washburn.edu or call (800) 332-0291 x. 2381.
Phone support is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
WebCT Student Orientations are held on the Washburn campus before classes begin each semester.
Orientation dates and reservations are available at:
                   http://www.washburn.edu/its/seminars/webct_orientation.html


             Bachelor of Integrated Studies
              Bachelor of Health Sciences
     Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Services
       Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology
                    Administration
        Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
            Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The Partnership for Learning and Networking (PLAN) is a collaborative set of 2+2 baccalaureate degree
completion programs offered by Washburn University in conjunction with 14 Kansas community colleges.
 These programs allow you to complete an associate degree at any of the participating community colleges
and then a baccalaureate degree from Washburn University in another two years without traveling to
Topeka for classes.
Program Requirements include124 total semester credit hours, of which at least 60 hours must be from a
four-year university (45 hours must be upper division credit and 30 hours must be from Washburn
University). All of the required WU courses are offered online. For more information about the 2+2
PLAN degree completion programs, visit the PLAN web site at http://www.washburn.edu/PLAN/, or
send an email to the PLAN Coordinators at 2PLUS2@washburn.edu.


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The Division of Continuing Education has a broad mandate to extend the resources of the University to meet the
educational needs of individuals, businesses, and organizations in Topeka, Shawnee County, the state of Kansas
and beyond, through quality educational events. The Division provides an array of services including assessment,
program development, budgeting, marketing and promotion, computerized registration services, financial
accounting, and assistance of a team of managers and office support staff.

Program areas include:
                                                                                      Contract Programs
Computer/Technology Training                                                          The Division of Continuing Educa-
To assist the client in keeping pace with today’s changing technologies, two-         tion can provide special assistance
day classes are offered in the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Access, Excel,            to meet your organization’s in-house
PowerPoint). Classes are tailored to instruct the beginner through the advanced       training, seminar, conference, insti-
user. We also offer classes in DeskTop Publishing, Presentation Graphics, and         tute and multi-day program needs.
Internet/Macromedia. JAVA, Visual Basic, and C++ are some of the programming          Utilizing the Washburn faculty and
seminars available. Custom classes can be designed to meet the needs of your          drawing from talent nationwide, the
organization.                                                                         Division brings together the edu-
                                                                                      cation, experience and resources
Spanish for the Workplace                                                             needed to create a dynamic event. A
Spanish is rapidly becoming a common language in many of today’s diverse work         major benefit of contract programs is
settings. Command Spanish® materials and methods, developed for over 30               that the unique needs of an organiza-
different career fields, teach employers and their staff how to communicate with       tion or area are integrated into the
Spanish-speaking employees and customers. Short-term and practical classes teach      curriculum.
basic pronunciation, communication strategies, job-specific phrases, and will have
you “hablando español” in as little as sixteen (16) hours.

Management and Human Resource Training                                                Washburn University
Managers need a variety of interpersonal, organizational, and leadership
                                                                                      Division of Continuing Education
competencies to meet the challenges of a growing, changing, and demanding
                                                                                      1700 SW College Avenue
business environment. Topics include recruiting and retaining quality employees,
effective problem solving and performance appraisals, and other essential             Topeka, KS 66621
management skills. Human Resource training and certification courses developed
                                                                                      Phone: (785) 231-1399
by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest
                                                                                      Fax: (785) 231-1028
organization dedicated to the field, provides knowledge and skills to HR specialists
or those who want to enter this growing and highly complex profession.                E-Mail: ce@washburn.edu
                                                                                      Web: www.washburn.edu/ce
Kan Be Healthy Nursing Training
The KAN Be Healthy training program prepares nurses to assess and
refer health programs that could lead to future medical or learning
disabilities. In partnership with SRS, this statewide training program
is offered online, in the classroom, and via independent study.

Joint Center for Violence and Victim Studies
The Joint Center is an interdisciplinary affiliation between California
State University at Fresno and Washburn University. The JCVVS
addresses issues of violence and victimization through professional
training and education, consultation, research and special projects.
A practitioner in victim services, criminal justice, mental health and
other social services benefits from the various professional education
programs addressing this complex and multi-faceted area.
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                                                                                      Learning for a Lifetime
                                           General Information
                For complete University policies and procedures, see the University Catalog
Admissions                                                                    Conditional Admission for Home School Students:
Students are admitted as degree candidates, non-degree seeking,               ACT Composite Score < 20 and GED Score > 45
or non-credit auditors according to their personal desires and                together with a prescription for freshman success.
academic background. The requirements for degree-seeking                      NOT admitted: ACT Composite Score < 24 and
applicants are as follows:                                                    GED Score < 45.
1.    An Application for Admission must be completed by all                GED Students. Students who are not graduates of a high
      first time students and by former students who were not in           school may qualify for admission by taking the GED.
      attendance during the prior semester. An Application for             The University requires receipt of official GED
      Admission can be obtained from the Admissions Office                 transcripts and official ACT report of scores.
      upon request, or be accessed online at                                  Priority Admission for GED Students:
      www.washburn.edu/admissions.                                            ACT Composite Score > 24 or
2.    An Application Fee of $20 must be mailed in with the                    ACT Composite Score 21, 22, or 23 and GED Score >
      application for all first time degree-seeking students.                 50
3.    Official high school or GED transcripts* are required                   Conditional Admission for GED Students:
      of all degree-seeking applicants and transfer students with             ACT Composite Score < 20 and GED Score > 45
      fewer than 24 hours of college work completed.                          together with a prescription for freshman success.
4.    Official transcripts* of all previous college work from                 NOT admitted: GED Score < 45 and ACT
      each institution attended must be submitted prior to                    Composite Score < 24.
      enrollment by all degree-seeking applicants.
5.    Entering freshmen or students who have not attained the        8.    Academically dismissed former students must submit a
      classification of sophomore are required to submit ACT               Petition for Academic Reinstatement to the Dean of
      test scores. These results will be used to determine                 Students 30 days before the first day of classes if they
      admission status and by your advisor to select the proper            wish to be considered for enrollment in the summer.
      courses of study.                                              9.    Non-degree seeking individuals or non-credit
6.    Applications for Admission and official transcripts                  community auditors are required to submit an application
      should be on file by August 1, 2005. Applications                    only.
      received after August 1 will still be accepted but may         10.   High School students may enroll for 6 hours maximum
      cause a student to enroll late.                                      after submitting an Application for Admission and a
7.    Priority Admission. Students meeting one of the                      completed Request to Enroll Form
      following criteria will be granted admission.
                                                                     *Transcripts: To be official, transcripts must be sent directly
      High School GPA > 3.5 on a 4.0 grading scale or ACT
                                                                     from each previously attended institution to the Office of
      Composite Score > 24 or
                                                                     Admissions. Any high school or college transcript displaying
      ACT Composite Score 21, 22, or 23 and High School
                                                                     an "Issued to Student" stamp is not considered "official."
      GPA > 2.60 on a 4.0 grading scale or
      ACT Composite Score 18, 19, or 20 and High School
      GPA > 2.90 on a 4.0 grading scale or                           Financial Aid
      ACT Composite Score 16 or 17 and High School GPA >             Washburn University students have many financial aid options
      3.20 on a 4.0 grading scale                                    including grants and scholarships, college work-study and
                                                                     student loans.      Funding sources include the Federal
      Conditional Admission Students not meeting one of the          Government, the state of Kansas and Washburn University. In
      above standards will be granted admission together with a      order to apply for financial aid, students should complete the
      prescription for freshman success. This prescription may       Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You may
      include limitations on the number of hours enrolled,           obtain a FAFSA from the Financial Aid Office or by
      and/or mandatory participation in study skills and             completing an application through the Web at
      development programs, and enhanced advising and                www.fafsa.ed.gov. For priority consideration of financial aid,
      academic counseling regarding course selection.                the FAFSA results should be in our office before the March 1
      Home School Students The completion of the ACT test            deadline.
      and receipt of the scores by the University is required for    Last year, Washburn University awarded approximately 5.1
      admission. An official transcript is also required and will    million in scholarships. For priority consideration of the
      be evaluated on an individual basis by the Director of         Washburn University scholarship awards, continuing students
      Admissions for course content and completion. A GED is         should complete the General Academic Scholarship Renewal
      required for those students with an ACT Composite Score        Application and submit it to the Financial Aid Office by March
      < 24.                                                          1. New students must submit the Degree-Seeking Application
         Priority Admission for Home School Students:                for Admission and all official credentials to the Admissions
         ACT Composite Score > 24 or                                 Office by March 1 for scholarship consideration.
         ACT Composite Score 21, 22, or 23 and GED Score >
         50                                                          If you have any questions, the Financial Aid Office invites you
                                                                     to stop by Morgan Hall 267 or call (785) 231-1151 or (800)
                                                                     524-8447. You may also call for a personal appointment with a
                                                                     financial aid director.
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Tuition-Fees Fall 2005                                                  If the student is enrolled in three or more hours and cannot pay
Charges below are for 2004 – 2005 only. Charges for 2005 –              the entire balance of his/her charges on the day tuition and fees
2006 will be announced publicly before the Fall 2005 semester           are due, AND s/he has a good payment history or delayed
and will be posted on www.washburn.edu/business-office after            financial aid, special arrangements can be made to defer part of
approval by the Washburn University Board of Regents in their           the fees. This is available as part of the web enrollment
July 2005 meeting.                                                      process. Students may set up an installment plan via the web
                                                                        for Fall 2005. No interest is charged for an installment plan,
The tuition charge per credit hour is applicable to all parts of        but a set up fee will be charged. More information will be
term such as regular semester, evening programs, etc. whether           available via MyWashburn and/or the Business Office web site
taken for credit or as an auditor.                                      prior to the date Fall tuition and fees are set.
TUITION AND FEES (2004 – 2005)                                          Installment payments will be due on the following days:
(For Budgeting Purposes ONLY)                                                Downpayment          by August 20
                                                                             First Installment    September 19
Undergraduate Tuition                                                        Second Installment October 19
Kansas Resident*      $150 per credit hour                                   Third Installment    November 19
Non Resident*         $339 per credit hour
PLAN 2+2              $190 per credit hour                              If any installment payment is not received by the Business
Distance Education    $190 per credit hour                              Office by the appropriate date, a late fee will be assessed for
Radiation Therapy     $250 per credit hour                              that installment and will be added to the student’s account. See
Graduate Tuition (except School of Law)                                 “Late Registration and Delinquent Payments” for more
Kansas Resident*      $206 per credit hour                              information.
Non Resident*         $419 per credit hour                              If a student is receiving financial aid, it must be applied to the
Distance Education    $250 per credit hour                              total charges first and is considered the first payment or a part
*Resident qualifications are defined in the University Catalog.         thereof. Any remaining balance can be deferred and will
                                                                        follow the schedule of payments listed above.
Activity Fees (except School of Law)
3, 4, or 5 hours                   $15.00                               Any student enrolling in only short-term/out-of-sequence
6 or more hours                    $31.00                               courses must pay his/her tuition in full by the second day of
                                                                        class.
There are no activity fees for Telecourses or off-campus
courses. Resident qualifications are defined in the University          After enrollment is completed, students can check their
Catalog.                                                                accounts on the Web to determine how much they owe, how
                                                                        much excess financial aid they may expect, when payments are
Payment of Tuition                                                      due and the amounts of those payments. Reminders of
The University reserves the right to correct clerical errors.           payments due will be sent to students/authorized parents and
                                                                        others via email. Timely payments are the student’s
All tuition and fees are due by August 20 for advanced and              responsibility and the information is available through
open web registered students, and by August 26 at 5:00 p.m.             MyWashburn.
for late enrolled students. Charges and payments will be
assessed to registered students automatically as they enroll.           Excess Financial Aid
Students MUST NOTIFY the University if they have completed              Instant checks for excess financial aid are no longer available at
advance registration but do not intend to attend Washburn               the Business Office cashier’s windows. Assessments will be
during the fall semester, and have not dropped their courses via        processed, and direct deposit transfers made and excess aid
the Web.                                                                checks printed in batches.
Through the web enrollment process, the student is able to pay          Refunds of excess financial aid (credit balance) will be
online with a credit card or Web check. If the Web check                disbursed within 14 calendar days after funds are credited to the
process is chosen, the student enters his/her bank routing              student’s account. The preferred method of disbursement of
numbers and personal account numbers on an online “check.”              excess financial aid is direct deposit to a student checking or
After clearing the bank, the payment will be automatically              savings account. This can be set up through MyWashburn for
credited against the student’s account. Electronic checks are           Fall 2005 by the student. Parents who will receive excess funds
generally processed by banks before paper checks; please take           for Parent PLUS loans may also provide direct deposit
this into account.                                                      authority after they are made authorized users by their student.
                                                                        Students may request that a check be mailed, or they may pick
The University will accept Master Card, Visa and Discover
                                                                        up a check – specific dates, times and places for that process
credit card payments. These may be made on the Web, in
                                                                        will be posted on MyWashburn, on the Business Office Web
person, or by phone. In addition, the University accepts cash,
                                                                        page (www.washburn.edu/business-office.html), and via email
paper checks, money orders, and employer authorizations. In a
                                                                        to students and authorized users. You will be able to change
case where a student has remitted a check that has been
                                                                        your mailing address through your MyWashburn account.
returned for insufficient funds, no personal checks will be
accepted to repay that obligation. Any scholarships, grants, or         PLEASE make sure that your address information is correct.
loans coming through Financial Aid to the student’s account             Checks are mailed to a student’s current address.
will be applied first to tuition and fees. Students are able to
check whether or not the Financial Aid is ready by accessing
their student account online.

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Advance Registration Tuition Payment for Fall 2005                       not subject to the late registration fees. TV courses are not out-
When tuition and fees for Fall 2005 are set by the Washburn              of-sequence courses. Drop/adds after initial registration will
University Board of Regents in July, student accounts will be            not be assessed a late fee.
assessed in a batch process. Through Trichnet student software,          Delinquent payment fees are applicable to those students who
accessible via MyWashburn, students may request that a paper             have not paid their installment payment on or before the due
statement be mailed. However, a printed statement is only                date specified. Delinquent payment fees are $25.00 for each
current up to the moment it is printed. The most up-to-date              late payment. (A postmark on or before the due date will be
student statement of account will be available via the Web. It           accepted as timely payment.)
can be printed, as can a payment coupon, if the student prefers
to mail payment to the University. This statement of charges             Installment payments may be made after 5:00 p.m. and before
will be available to students and any person for whom they               8:00 a.m. at the depository box outside of Morgan 205. Please
establish authorization. See www.washburn.edu/business-                  use the envelopes provided and print your WIN # on the
office.html for additional information.                                  envelope or your payment. Payments may also be made by
                                                                         mail, by phone, or 24/7 via the Web.
Please refer to the “Payment of Tuition” and “Excess Financial
Aid” sections of the schedule for more information about Web             Procedures for Withdrawing from Classes
payment.                                                                 Students may withdraw from courses on the Web until the last
Washburn will still accept payment at the cashier’s window via           day to withdraw (November 4). After accessing MyWashburn,
cash, check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, and          select “Web Enrollment”, “Select Term”, choose “Fall 2005”,
Discover). Checks and money orders may also be mailed, and               and then select “Register for Courses.” This screen allows you
credit card payments can be accepted over the phone.                     to drop courses from your existing schedule. The date of
                                                                         withdrawal is determined by the day the withdrawal is
Remember, if you enroll in a short term class, you must pay the          processed on the Web. The responsibility for completing the
tuition in full by the second day of class.                              withdrawal process rests with the student. Failure to officially
                                                                         withdraw results in the recording of "F" grades at the end of the
Drop/Adds (Class schedule changes) can be done any time                  semester/term.
the Web is available to you up to the last day to withdraw.
Please keep in mind that if you request a printed statement and          Tuition Refunds (Refund policy is subject to change.)
then drop and add classes after the statement is mailed, it will         The University reserves the right to correct clerical errors.
change your account and the statement might be incorrect. You
can keep track of that by checking your account on the Web.              A student permitted to withdraw may be allowed a refund of
ONE MAJOR CHANGE is that drops and adds are figured                      the University tuition charge for an academic session in which
separately, so in order to drop and add an equal number of class         she or he is enrolled according to the published tuition refund
hours without any charge, you must do that within the                    schedule. Tuition refunds different from the published
published 100% refund period (the first two weeks of the                 schedule are not permitted unless the course is canceled by the
semester) (see page 55.).                                                University or unless an error was made by the University. No
                                                                         refunds will be made of the late registration fee or student
Making changes to your course schedule may cause you to have             activity fee unless such charges have been made through an
an amount you owe to the University. Please check this on the            error of the University. In the event some or all of the tuition
Web. If an action causes you to have a credit balance, the               and fees were paid by some source(s) other than the student,
credit will either be applied to your account, if you have a             including but not limited to scholarships, grants, Federal Title
balance, or the excess will be direct deposited or mailed to you         IV funds, the first refund amounts will be made payable to
in check form according to your instructions. Please be sure             those sources. If the student has any unpaid account with the
your address in MyWashburn is correct.                                   University any refund due from withdrawal may be applied to
                                                                         such account. Any refund amounts that exceed the amounts
Late Enrollment and Delinquent Payments                                  paid by other sources and amounts due to the University will
Late enrollment fees are applicable to those students who have           then be paid to the student. For those students who completely
not processed their enrollment statement of charges through the          withdraw from classes and have received Federal Title IV
Business Office on the dates set and published as the last day to        funds, please refer to the refund policy published through the
pay without a late fee (August 26). Late enrollment fees apply           Financial Aid Office to determine the percentage of refund.
to TV Courses.                                                           Refunds issued for withdrawal are not on the same timetable as
Students who do not meet this deadline shall be charged a                excess financial aid refunds.
single late fee according to the number of credits in which they
                                                                         The refund policy for credit courses that are less than five
are enrolling:
                                                                         weeks duration and more than one day is 100% if the student
     Credits                      Late Fee                               processes the official withdrawal prior to the first class session.
     0.5 – 3.00                   $ 25.00
     3.50 – 6.00                  $ 50.00                                The first business day after the officially published days of
     6.50 – 9.00                  $ 75.00                                registration constitutes the beginning of the semester for tuition
     9.50 or more                 $100.00                                refunds. For courses which are scheduled out-of-sequence of
                                                                         the regular Fall, Spring, and Summer sessions, the day
The deadline for completing the enrollment process, with late            published as the official first class meeting for the course
fee, shall be September 9. No student shall be allowed to clear          constitutes the beginning of the course for tuition refund
the Business Office after this date without authorization.               purposes, assuming the course is for a term of five or more
Out-of-sequence courses starting after the regular registration          weeks and is subject to tuition refund.
period and scheduled for periods other than the full semester are

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Tuition Refund Schedule                                                    initiate this process, the family may contact the Student Life
Tuition is refundable according to the published schedule. The             Office.
date used to determine the percentage of refund is the day the
student processes the withdrawal on the Web. The activity fee and          Non-Credit Hour Courses
any late registration fees are not refundable. For those students          Due to the unique nature of the various programs offered,
who completely withdraw from classes and have received Title IV            cancellations and refunds may be different depending on the
funds, please refer to the refund policy published through the             program or course. If you are unable to attend a course, please
Financial Aid Office to determine the refund percentage.                   refer to the cancellation and refund policy established for each
                                                                           program as indicated in the program brochure, on the program
August 20 – September 2 inclusive .................... 100%                web page, or by contacting the coordinator responsible for the
September 3 - 9 inclusive ..................................... 60%        program. If a policy is not specified, the Division must receive
September 10 - 16 inclusive ................................. 30%          your request for a refund no later than three (3) business days
September 17 - 23 inclusive ................................. 20%          prior to the start of the program to receive a full refund. No
After September 23 ......................................... NONE          refunds will be granted once the program begins.
Short Term Classes                                                         Residency
Fees refunded 100% if the student processes the official                   The residency status of a student for the purpose of paying
withdrawal on the Web prior to the beginning of the class.                 tuition to Washburn University is determined at the time the
                                                                           student applies or reapplies to the University. If a new student
Deferred Payment Obligations (Installment Plans)                           questions the status that was assigned, he/she should contact the
The University's tuition refund policy is not affected by a                Office of Admissions for further information and instructions.
student electing the deferred payment method. In such event,               Current students classified as non-residents who have
the refund shall be calculated by multiplying the total tuition            continuously lived in Kansas for at least six months, have
charge for the academic session in which such student is                   continued to attend Washburn without having to reapply, and
enrolled by the appropriate percentage to determine the amount             believe that they have met residency requirements as described
to be retained by the University. The University shall retain              under "Residence Qualifications" of the University Catalog,
from any payments made to it the amount of University fees                 may contact the Office of the University Registrar for
charged and the amount of tuition payment to which it is                   information and instructions to have their status reviewed. The
entitled under the refund schedule. If a student on deferred               deadline for contacting the appropriate office and for
payment withdraws from courses, any outstanding deferred                   completing and providing all necessary documentation for
payment obligation, taking into consideration the amount of                review is September 19, 2005 for the Fall 2005 semester.
tuition then due and owing to University under the refund
schedule, must be paid in full.                                            Final Grades
                                                                           Final grades will be able to be viewed on the Web through your
Refund Due to Serious Illness or Injury                                    MyWashburn account. Grades will not be given over the
If a student is unable to complete a semester or term due to               telephone.
serious illness or injury, the student must present an affidavit
signed by a licensed health care provider certifying the                   Degrees
circumstances. This affidavit is available in the University               Degree Conferment – The University confers degrees three
Registrar’s Office, and the completed form should be directed              times a year to students who have met all requirements as of the
to the University Bursar’s Office. If the request relates to a             last day of final examinations for each of the three
semester other than the current one, the VPAA’s Office must                semester/terms: Fall semester, Spring semester and Summer
approve the academic withdrawal. Based on an approved                      term. Degrees for the Fall 2005 semester will be dated
request, the student will be withdrawn from all his/her courses            December 16, 2005. All work not completed (i.e. incomplete
and refunded the tuition and fees for the semester/session,                grades, transfer work, etc.) by January 6 will result in
provided the student has personally and fully paid all                     graduating the following term/semester or later.
outstanding tuition and fees, and has no other outstanding                 Application for Degree – Students planning completion of the
University financial obligations.                                          baccalaureate and/or associate degree for Summer should have
If the above student has received Title IV federal financial aid,          filed the Application for Degree form in the University
then the current “Return of Title IV Funds” policy will be                 Registrar's Office, Morgan Hall 115, by September 16, 2005.
applied according to PL 105-244, Sec 484B, 64FR59016.                      A new Application for Degree must be submitted for a later
(Federal Pell Grants are only adjusted based on the student’s              term/semester if you do not graduate Fall 2005.
enrollment status during the first week of classes.) A student
eligible for a tuition refund based on serious illness or injury           Diplomas
and a complete withdrawal from classes that occurs after                   Diploma Distribution
completion of 60% of the semester/session is not subject to                Diplomas will be available approximately two months after
Federal “Return of Title IV Funds” policy, and is considered to            each semester/term. Diplomas may be picked up in the Office
have earned their Federal Title IV aid. In this event, a tuition           of the University Registrar, Morgan Hall 115, during regular
refund will be made first to University scholarships and finally           business hours. Photo identification must be presented to
to the student.                                                            obtain your diploma. Students may have diplomas mailed by
                                                                           completing the diploma mailing card in the University
Refund Due to Death of Student                                             Registrar's Office. Students may also obtain the Diploma
If a student should die during a semester/session in which the             Mailing     form      by    printing    it    after    accessing
student is duly enrolled, the student’s estate will be refunded            www.washburn.edu/registrar. After printing and completing
the tuition and fees based on the above stated policies. To                the form, return it to the University Registrar's Office by mail
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with the appropriate fee, by fax to (785) 231-1104 with your               information, including credit card information, cannot be
credit card information, or by bringing it to the office in person.        processed.
 The fee for mailing a diploma is $5.00 if mailed to U.S.
address and $10.00 if mailed to an address outside of the United           A Transcript Request form may also be obtained by printing it
States. Diplomas are not issued if the student has outstanding             after accessing www.washburn.edu/registrar. It may be
financial obligations to the University.                                   returned to the University Registrar's Office by mail, fax, or in
                                                                           person by following the relative procedures described in this
Diploma Replacement                                                        section.
A diploma may be replaced providing a request is made in
writing. The Diploma Replacement Form is available in the                  Evening Office Hours
Office of the University Registrar, 115 Morgan Hall, during                These following academic and support areas will remain open
regular business hours or it may be obtained by printing it after          on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
accessing www.washburn.edu/registrar. The same procedures                  when classes are in session:
for returning the form may be used as listed under "Diploma                Admissions:                  Morgan 114
Distribution." The replacement processing fee is $30.00.                   Financial Aid:               Morgan 267
                                                                           University Registrar:        Morgan 115
Diploma Designations
Majors and minors are not designated on the diploma; however,              A representative from Academic Advising will be available
they are reflected on the transcript. If a student adds a                  in the Admissions Office.
major/minor to a degree after the diploma is issued, the
additional designation will be reflected on the transcript. An
                                                                           Classification of Students
additional diploma will not be issued. Only Latin honors                   Code/Definition
                                                                           1    Freshman                    less than 24 hours
(Summa Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, and Cum Laude) are
                                                                           2    Sophomore                   24-53 hours
designated on undergraduate, bachelor degree diplomas. In
                                                                           3    Junior                      54-87 hours
addition to Latin honors, Stoffer Honors, Departmental and
                                                                           4    Senior                      more than 88 hours
School Honors, and University Honors are posted on the
transcript.
Transcripts
A transcript is an official copy of a student's permanent
academic record. Official transcripts are available from the
Office of the University Registrar. Each transcript costs $3.00.
 A transcript request must be written and the fee must be paid in
advance. A transcript request will not be processed for students
who have financial or other obligations to the University.
Transcripts may be requested in person upon showing some
form of photo identification at the University Registrar's Office,
115 Morgan Hall, during regular business hours or by dropping
in the University Registrar's Office dropbox east of the office
after the office is closed. Any transcript mailed, or faxed, or
picked up by the student will be marked "Issued to Student.”
Transcripts may be requested through the mail or by fax at
(785) 231-1104. A mailed request must be sent to the Office of
the University Registrar, 115 Morgan Hall. The request should
include the following information: current name and other
names while attending Washburn, student signature,
identification number/social security number, return address for
receipt purposes, current phone number, date of birth, date of
attendance at Washburn, the number of transcripts requested,
complete and accurate addresses where each transcript is to be
sent, and $3.00 for each transcript requested paid at the time of
request. A faxed request may request that a transcript be mailed
or faxed. If the transcript is to be faxed, the request must
include the information listed above as well as the fax number,
who is to receive the fax, and the Company/Agency/Institution
name where it is to be faxed. Faxed requests will not have
processing priority over requests received by mail or in person.
 Some agencies or institutions will not accept faxed transcripts
as official.
Checks should be made payable to Washburn University. Fax
requests must be paid by credit card. The University accepts
Visa, MasterCard and Discover (Novus). A fax request must
include the type of card, the number of the card, its expiration
date, and signature of student. Fax requests without complete
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                                    Student Services
   Center for Learning and Student Success                                       Information Technology Services
                  (CLASS)                                                                     (ITS)
                  Academic Advising                                    MyWashburn
Professional advisors provide assistance to those                      MyWashburn, our campus portal, is available to all students on or
undergraduate students who have not yet declared a major in            off-campus through an Internet connection. MyWashburn
a department or school. Advisors assist students in selecting          provides Web-based access to campus news, Washburn e-mail
degree programs, guide them in career exploration, make                accounts, virtual groups, course enrollment, and other self-service
                                                                       features. To obtain MyWashburn account information, students
referrals to departments for more specific information, and
                                                                       need to know their Washburn Identification Number (WIN). Visit
work with them in planning course schedules and registering            my.washburn.edu for additional information.
for classes.
                                                                       Student Web Sites
Academic Advising is located in CLASS, Morgan 122. For                 Each student is provided with space on a Web server for the
information call (785) 231-1010, ext. 1942, or visit our               publication of a Web site on students.washburn.edu.
website at www.washburn.edu/services/acadadv.           No
appointment is necessary. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00            Online Classes and Distance Education
p.m., Monday – Friday.                                                 Courses offered by Washburn online are accessed through
                                                                       MyWashburn.         For    additional information,  visit
                     Career Services                                   www.washburn.edu/online-education.
Career Services can assist students and alumni with finding            Interactive distance learning classrooms in Henderson Hall are
full-time and part-time employment, as well as internship              used for videoconferencing. Telecourses are broadcast on the
opportunities. Career Services also offers on-campus                   educational access channel, Washburn University Cable Television
interviews held each fall and spring, interview preparation            (WUCT - Channel 13), as well as on our public television station,
assistance, job listings and referrals, resume and cover letter        KTWU - Channel 11. Telecourse tapes are also available in
development assistance, job fair events, and a resource                Mabee Library for viewing and checkout.
center for employer literature, videotapes, and job search
information.                                                           Wireless Access On-Campus
                                                                       Wireless Access is now available to students in several locations
To participate in campus recruiting, resume referrals, and/or          across campus. Additional information about registering wireless
job listings, the student must be registered with Career               devices is available online at www.washburn.edu/wireless.
Services. To register or to schedule an appointment, call
                                                                       On-Campus Labs
(785) 231-1010, ext. 1450 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
                                                                       Information Technology Services (ITS) facilities are available to
Monday - Friday. Further information can be obtained at                all Washburn University students. Students must have a User ID
www.washburn.edu/services/career and/or by visiting                    and password to use the ITS computer systems. This account
Career services in CLASS, Morgan 122.                                  information may be obtained in Bennett Hall, Room 104.
               Counseling and Testing                                             Technology Support Center Fall Hours
Counseling and Testing services include helping students                               Bennett Computer Center
decide on a major and clarification of career goals. Personal
concerns may also be explored by professionally trained                 Monday – Thursday                7:30 a.m. – Midnight
counselors. Confidentiality is maintained for all types of              Friday                           7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
counseling. This area also serves as a testing center for the           Saturday                         8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
registration and administration of nationally standardized              Sunday                           1:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
tests. These services are located in CLASS, Morgan 122,                See www.washburn.edu/its/docs/labs.html for locations of other
www.washburn.edu/services/ct. Office hours are 8:00 a.m.               campus labs.
to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday. For an appointment call
(785) 231-1010, ext. 1299.                                             Off-Campus
                                                                       Students may access Washburn computer systems through an
                Learning Enrichment                                    Internet connection or through dial-up after providing their ITS
The Center for Learning and Student Success provides                   User ID and password. For more information, obtain a copy of the
workshops and individual assistance related to student                 Remote Access Quick Facts at the Bennett 104 service window, or
success (e.g., study skills, time management, test taking,             online in the Quick Facts section of the ITS Web site:
stress management). CLASS also sponsors Supplemental                   www.washburn.edu/its.
Instruction for certain courses in collaboration with                  Policies
academic departments. For more information about CLASS,                All users of Washburn's computing resources are expected to abide
visit our website at www.washburn.edu/services/class or                by Acceptable Use of Computing Resource policies online at
stop by Morgan 122.                                                    www.washburn.edu/its/docs/policies. Students are encouraged to
                                                                       visit     the    Student    Copyright       Web       site     at
                                                                       www.washburn.edu/copyright/students for copyright guidelines.



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                 The Writing Center                               For more information, contact Multicultural Affairs Office in
The Writing Center is a center of support for students            Morgan 110 or phone (785) 231-1010, extension1622.
currently enrolled in courses at all levels that need the
special help and attention that close one-on-one tutoring can
                                                                                      Disability Services
provide. Services are offered free of charge to all Washburn      The Services for Students with Disabilities Office (SSWDO) is
students. The Center is located on the second floor of            responsible for assisting in arranging accommodations and for
Morgan Hall, Room 257, and the hours are posted by the            identifying resources on campus for persons with disabilities.
door. The Center can be reached by phone at (785) 231-            Qualified students with disabilities must register with the Office
1010, extension 1409 or 1441, for additional information.         to be eligible for services. SSWDO MUST have current
                                                                  documentation on file in order to provide services.
           Student Activities/Greek Life                          Accommodations may include in-class note-takers, test readers
The Office of Student Activities & Greek Life promotes            and/or scribes, adaptive computer technology, brailed materials,
extracurricular and co-curricular student life at Washburn        or other as determined. New requests for accommodations
University. The Office acts as a clearinghouse, providing         should be submitted two months or more prior to the date
students with information about registration of clubs and         services should begin; however, contact SSWDO as soon as a
organizations, coordination of campus activities, Greek Life,     need may arise.
and advisement of organizations.                                  Location: Student Services, Morgan Hall, Room 150
                                                                  Phone:       (785) 231-1010, extension 1629
Whether you have an interest in getting involved with                                (may leave voice mail 24 hrs./day)
student government, working on the University newspaper           TDD:         (785) 231-1025
and yearbook, helping plan campus entertainment, Greek            Email:       student-services@washburn.edu
life, or just want to get involved with one of many registered    Website: http://www.washurn.edu/services/studentaffairs/
student groups on campus, the Student Activities & Greek                       stuservices
Life personnel will assist you. For further information call
(785) 231-1010 extension 1723.                                    Students may voluntarily identify themselves to the instructor
                                                                  for a referral to SSWDO.
     Ichabod Service Center/Student ID’s
The Ichabod Service Center, a centralized office for your              Student Recreation and Wellness Center
iCard (Student ID), is located on the main level of the           The mission of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Memorial Union. The iCard is used for Washburn’s all              (SRWC) is to enrich the quality of campus life by promoting
campus system. Deposit money on your iCard for purchases          and offering opportunities for physical and mental growth, as
at participating University locations: Dining Services,           well as social interaction in healthy surroundings and superior
University Bookstore, Libraries, Washburn Athletic                recreational facilities. The SRWC’s innovative co-curricular
Department, Washburn Police Department, University                programs and offerings serve to provide a connecting link
Theatre, Vending/Concessions, and the Service Area. The           between students and the Washburn University experience.
iCard is your photo ID for University services: library           We hope you take advantage of the campus recreation program.
circulation, use of the pool in Petro Allied Health Center,       There are opportunities for everyone: from the novice to the
use of recreational facilities in the Student Recreation and      advanced recreational athlete. Offerings include informal,
Wellness Center, and attendance at special music, theatre,        intramural, group exercise, climbing wall and wellness
and athletic events. The iCard also provides the dining           opportunities. Visit us to make friends, have fun and be
service declining account balance for residence hall students     healthy.
and door access for Living Learning Center/Washburn
Village residents. The Ichabod Service Center also provides       For more information, check us out on the web at
copy, printing and fax services.                                  www.washburn.edu/getfit.
Service Center Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
                                                                           Educational Opportunity Program
            Multicultural Affairs Office                          The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) seeks to build
The Multicultural Affairs Office (MAO) promotes                   bridges within the Washburn community so that more students
awareness of cultural diversity and multicultural issues. In      will be successful. If you have a question or concern, or need
this capacity, the Office serves as a resource and referral       academic assistance (tutoring, mentoring services), contact us.
center for students, faculty, and staff, as well as the Topeka    If you are looking for an opportunity to work as a peer tutor, we
community and national organizations.                             would like to talk with you. The EOP main office is in Morgan
                                                                  123 and can be reached by phone at (785) 231-1010, extension
MAO works toward goals that are inclusive of all cultures,        1871. You can also learn more information about EOP at the
while influencing a campus environment that is supportive         web site www.washburn.edu/cas/trio.
of differences.
Throughout the year, MAO unites with the local community
                                                                            Office of International Programs
                                                                  Located in the International House, the Office of International
to host a variety of cultural activities, including cultural
                                                                  Programs coordinates a number of study abroad programs:
celebrations, conferences, seminars, teleconferences, etc.
                                                                  Denmark International Studies in Copenhagen; Fukuoka
MAO also provides advisement and support to multicultural
                                                                  University in Fukuoka, Japan; University of Klagenfurt,
student organizations, has a diversity resource library,
                                                                  Klagenfurt, Austria; University of Orebro, Sweden; University
receives employment/internship/scholarship information and
                                                                  of Clermont-Ferrand, France; Cambridge University, England
has information on multicultural Greek fraternities and
                                                                  (for summer only); Zhejiang Normal University and Tongji
sororities.
                                                                  University in the People’s Republic of China; University of
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Pretoria, South Africa, Tunghai University in Taiwan, the                              Student Health Services
Megellan Exchange in western Europe, CONAHEC in                      The Student Health Services office is located in Morgan Hall,
Mexico and Canada, the University of Cantabria in Spain,             Room 170. A physician and a nurse practitioner are available
among many others. In close cooperation with International           to provide patient care. All Washburn University students are
Center of Topeka, Inc, the office serves a variety of campus         eligible to visit the Student Health Services office. Treatment is
and community constituencies interested and involved in              not available to spouses or children of students.
international and intercultural affairs. The office is the
principle hosting unit for foreign students studying at              Services provided by the Student Health Services office include
Washburn, serves as hosting and facilitating unit for foreign        care for minor illness/injury, health education, preventive
scholars and speakers, and provides access to international          medicine, gynecologic care, and also diagnostic consultation of
resources for instructors teaching courses on international          physical and emotional problems. Referrals to other health care
topics and for community groups interested in international          facilities are made when necessary and would be made at the
education and programming. Other services include free               student's expense.
English language members, and assistance to students,                If a provider is not available and a student does not have a
faculty and community members who wish to study or travel            family physician in Topeka, treatment may be obtained at the
abroad. For more information, call 231-1051.                         following emergency care centers at the student’s expense:
                          Veterans                                            • Med Assist
Applications for several educational benefits provided by                     • Minor Med
the Veterans Administration or the Department of Defense                      • Tallgrass Immediate Care
are available in the Washburn University Veterans Affairs                     • St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Office, Morgan Hall 150, (785) 231-1010, extension 1629.                      • Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center
To establish educational entitlement for most benefit                The Student Health Services office is open Monday through
programs, the applicant should contact the Washburn VA               Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. A
Office, or call the Veterans Administration at 1-888-442-            provider is available between 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 2:00
4551. Program eligibility generally ceases ten years from            p.m. - 4:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary.
the date of the veteran's release from active duty.                  The service component of visits is free; there are charges for
Eligible recipients of educational assistance must certify           immunizations and lab tests.
their enrollment each semester through the Washburn VA               Student Health Insurance information is available in the Student
office to assure continuous benefits. When changes in                Health Services office and also in the Student Life Office,
enrollment occur, such as dropping courses, not attending            Morgan Hall 104. Purchase of the health insurance plan is
class, or not formally withdrawing from the University, a            optional and is not required for visits to the campus Student
report of mitigating circumstances must be submitted.                Health Services office.
Reminder: TV and independent study courses must not                  For more information, contact the Student Health Services
exceed one-half of the total hours attempted for the                 office at (785) 231-1010, extension 1470.
semester. Students enrolling in short-term courses will be
paid only for the duration of the course.                                                University Bookstore
                                                                     The Washburn University Bookstore welcomes you to Washburn
  65 Years of Age and Over Audit Program                             University. We take great pride in providing the necessary course
Topeka area citizens, age 65 and over, have opportunities to         materials, supplies, and memorabilia to support the mission of the
continue their education in regular credit courses at the            University. We strive to provide as many used books as possible
University on a cost-free audit basis. Washburn University           in order to economize the cost of the student's education without
Board of Regents policy makes possible the waiver of tuition         sacrificing the quality of their education. We also work closely
charges for older adults who desire to audit University credit       with the Service Center to provide course syllabi, course packs,
classes on campus.                                                   and on-campus publications. Our Trade Book Department works
Students in this program may attend classes on a space-              to provide timely and current study aids and reading material that
available basis. As University auditors, adults are included in      supplement the educational process. Our Supply Department
all classroom activities but do not take examinations nor do         provides office supplies for departments and current school
they receive college or continuing education credit.                 supplies that supplement the educational process. Want to show
                                                                     your school support for the Ichabods? The Washburn University
If you are a first-time participant to this program, call (785)      Bookstore is the place to go. We have the world’s largest supply
231-1074 to request a 65 and Over application. The application       of Washburn memorabilia. Don't see something you'd like us to
should be returned by August 12, 2005. It may be returned to         carry? Please let us know. We are always looking for new and
Morgan Hall 115 in person or mailed to the University                exciting products and services to better serve you.
Registrar’s Office, Washburn University, 1700 SW College
                                                                     Fall Semester Hours:
Avenue, Topeka, KS 66621.                                            Monday - Thursday             8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Registration for classes will be August 19 in Morgan Hall,           Friday                        8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                                                                     Saturday                      11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Room 137. An alphabetical schedule will be followed. M – Z
(first letter of last name) will register from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30    Contact us:
                                                                     In person:   Lower Level, Memorial Union Building
a.m. and A – L will register from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The         Web:         http://www.washburnbookstore.com
schedule will rotate each semester.                                  Email:       bookstore@washburn.edu
                                                                     Phone:       (785) 231-1049
                                                                                  (888) 475-6360 (outside of Topeka)

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                   Library Facilities                               Science Department by calling collect at (785) 864-3311 or call the
THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, MABEE LIBRARY, is                           WU Army ROTC office in Benton Hall, Room 204, at (785) 231-
                                                                    1010, extension 1248.
located in the center of the campus. Its three floors provide
a variety of attractive study environments, from quiet              Air Force ROTC
individual study carrels to group study rooms. The library          Washburn University currently has a cross-town Air Force Reserve
maintains a technologically rich environment with recent            Officer Training Corps program with the University of Kansas and
developments in library technology and provides facilities          Kansas State University. This program allows Washburn students to
for use of audio-visual materials, microforms, and Internet-        complete their primary course of study at Washburn, but participate in
based services. ATLAS, the online public access catalog,            the officer program at KU or KSU. Contact: Captain Major Ardis G.
includes the holdings of the Mabee Library and Curriculum           Cecil of the KU Department of Aerospace Studies at (785) 864-4676,
                                                                    or Captain Clarence Ward of the KSU Department of Aerospace
Resources Center, the Washburn Law Library, the Kansas              Studies at (785) 532-6600.
Supreme Court Library, the Kansas State Library, and the
Kansas State Historical Society Library. The online catalog
and other periodical databases can be accessed over the             Navy ROTC
campus computer network, or over the Internet. An                   The University of Kansas Naval ROTC Unit offers a cross-town
Electronic Classroom, Special Collections, a Multi-                 enrollment program for those individuals interested in obtaining a
Purpose/Lecture room, and provisions for displays are               commission in the U.S. Navy Nurse Corps. These courses are
                                                                    currently only offered at the Lawrence campus. Contact: (800) JHK-
included in the building. Present holdings include                  NAVY.
approximately 350,000 books/materials, 1,800 periodical
subscriptions, and dozens of full-text electronic databases.                     Washburn Police Department
A valid Washburn ID is required for check-out.                      The mission of the Washburn Police Department is to help create an
                                                                    atmosphere on the Washburn University campus that enhances the
The Curriculum Resources Center, a branch of the Mabee              educational process.
Library, is located in Carnegie Hall and is primarily for the
use of the faculty and students of the Department of                Easy access to the Washburn Police Department is available through
Education, but is open to all University personnel and              its headquarters on campus located in Morgan Hall at the south end of
students. Organized to represent a modern school resource           the middle wing. The telephone number is (785) 231-1153 (campus
center, it houses an extensive collection of children's and         extension 1153). Police officers are available while on foot patrol,
juvenile literature, primary and secondary textbooks, teacher       bicycle patrol, or vehicle patrol.
reference works and multimedia instructional materials.             Contact can also be made with the University Police Dispatcher by
                                                                    using the ‘EMERGENCY PHONES’. The ‘EMERGENCY PHONES’
Mabee Library Hours                                                 are marked with the word ‘EMERGENCY’ in red on a stainless steel
*Fall Semester Hours:                                               column. To use the ‘EMERGENCY PHONE’, simply push the button
Monday – Thursday            7:45 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.                 on the phone and the caller will be immediately connected to the
Friday                       7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.                  Washburn Police Dispatcher. One does not have to have an
Saturday                     10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                 emergency to use these phones.
Sunday                       1:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
                                                                    Locations of ‘EMERGENCY PHONES’:
CRC Hours                                                           Northeast of Morgan Hall by K-zone parking lot
*Fall Semester Hours:                                               East of Petro Allied Health Center by the southeast entrance
Monday & Tuesday             8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.                  South of Stoffer Science Hall at the west end of parking lot #2
Wednesday & Thursday         8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.                  Southwest of KTWU by parking lot #7
                                                                    Southwest of the Garvey Fine Arts Center on Jewell Ave.
Friday                       8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                  North of the Law School by parking lot D
Saturday                     10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.                 Northeast of Mabee Library by parking lot #16
Sunday                       CLOSED                                 Northwest of Benton Hall on Jewell Ave.
*Special hours during holidays, interims and finals will be         Southwest corner of Kuehne Hall by sidewalk near parking lot #9
                                                                    Northeast corner of 19th & Jewell Ave. by Henderson Learning
posted at Mabee Library and the Curriculum Resources                     Resources Center
Center. Library hours are also available on the ATLAS               Southeast corner of Washburn Village Complex on Jewell Ave.
catalog Web page. When classes are not in session, Mabee            North side of parking lot of the Student Recreation Center.
Library is open from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday-Friday,
and closed weekends.                                                The Washburn Police Department operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a
                                                                    year. Washburn Police perform a variety of duties to provide a crime-
Contact us:                                                         free and safe environment on campus. University administrators are
Web Page: http://www.washburn.edu/mabee                             given monthly crime reports and special reports on criminal activities.
E-mail:     refemail@washburn.edu                                    The public may view University Police crime reports at:
Phone:      (785) 231-1485                                          www.washburn.edu/right-to-know or at the Washburn Police
                                                                    Department Office.
                    Military Science
                                                                                      University Service Area
Army ROTC                                                           The University Service Area provides students with copying, color
Under an agreement between Washburn University, the University      copying, printing, digital services, and mail services. Staff is available
of Kansas, and the U.S. Army, Washburn students may participate     to provide help with student projects ranging from banners to reports.
in Army ROTC classes taught at Washburn by KU faculty. The          The University Service Area is located in Morgan 113 and is open
culmination of the ROTC program is a commission as an officer in    7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
either the active Army or in the reserves or National Guard.
Students simultaneously pursue an academic degree in any
academic major of their choice. Contact: The KU Military
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      Policies Affecting Your Rights & Responsibilities
Procedure for Contesting Grades                                                   materials, shall appoint and convene a committee of five persons, comprised of
The College and Schools, except the School of Law                                 three faculty members (two from the same department or area, one faculty from
                                                                                  another department or area), and two students, to serve as the Grade Appeal
The obligation of the instructor to evaluate the performance of students on       Committee. At its first meeting, the Grade Appeal Committee shall select its
sound academic grounds is basic to the formal education process. A                chairperson and set the date, time and place for the appeal to be heard. The
student who believes the grade awarded him/her by an instructor is based          committee shall advise the student and the instructor of the hearing date.
upon reasons other than the student's academic performance may appeal                   (i) Hearing
the grade received in a course as follows.                                              The hearing will take place before the entire committee. The
                                                                                        burden of proof rests with the student who shall, during the course
a. Consultation with the Instructor
                                                                                        of the hearing on the contested grade, be responsible for presenting
A student must first attempt to resolve his/her dispute concerning the final
                                                                                        evidence to support the claim. The hearing will be informal and
grade received in a course through consultation with the instructor of the
                                                                                        the formal rules of evidence shall not be applicable. Oral testimony
class. Such consultation normally shall take place following award of the
                                                                                        of witnesses may be presented but is not required. If either the
grade but in no event shall such consultation take place later than the
                                                                                        student or the instructor presents witnesses, she/he must provide to
fourth week of the next regular academic semester following the award of
                                                                                        the Committee a written summary of the testimony expected of the
the grade. In the event the course instructor is no longer at the University
                                                                                        witness(es) to the Committee and to the other party not later than
or is on a leave of absence during the semester following the contested
                                                                                        three days prior to the date of the hearing. The student or the
grade or the instructor shall have refused to consult with such student, the
                                                                                        instructor may be accompanied by an advisor whose only role in
student may proceed to the next stage, mediation by the Department Chair
                                                                                        the course of the hearing will be to render advice to the
(where such exists). If no Department Chair exists, the next stage is
                                                                                        student/instructor. The amount of time allotted to each party will be
mediation by the Dean of the College or School in which the course was
                                                                                        left to the discretion of the Committee.
offered (see Step c).
                                                                                        (ii) Decision
b. Mediation by the Department Chair                                                    At the close of the hearing the Committee shall meet and determine
If the student is dissatisfied with the result of his/her consultation with the         by a vote of four out of five of the members, whether the student
instructor or the student shall have been unable to meet with the instructor            has proved the relief sought should be awarded for the reasons
because of the instructor's refusal to meet or absence, the student may seek            stated in his/her notice of appeal and the student's grade changed.
mediation of the matter with the Department Chair in the unit in which the              The Committee shall report its decision in writing to the student,
course was offered. The Department Chair must be notified in writing by                 the instructor and to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. The
the student of his/her intention to continue the appeal process. Such                   decision of the committee shall be final. If it is the judgment of the
notification must be received within 10 working days of the day on which                committee that the grade be changed, then the Vice President for
the student/instructor consultation has been completed. The process shall               Academic Affairs shall notify the Registrar, who will enter the
be terminated if notification is not received within the 10 working days.               changed grade which will be initialed by both the Vice President
The instructor shall make available to his/her Department Chair all of the              and the Registrar.
materials and criteria which entered into the determination of the student's
final grade in the course. The student shall provide the Department Chair,         Sexual Harassment Policy
in writing, the grounds for contesting the grade by the instructor. After          Washburn University intends to assure a harassment-free environment in which
receiving and reviewing these materials, the Department Chair shall meet           to work and to pursue educational goals. Sexual harassment is a form of
with the student and the instructor, either jointly or separately, to attempt      misconduct which undermines the integrity of employee relationships and
to mediate the dispute about the contested grade.                                  student-faculty relationships.
c. Mediation by the Dean of the College or School in which                the      Employees: Harassment on the basis of sex is defined by Section 703 of Title
course was offered                                                                 VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as: Unwelcome sexual advances, requests
If the student is dissatisfied with the result of his/her consultation with the    for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature
instructor or the student shall have been unable to meet with the instructor       constitute sexual harassment when (1) submission to such conduct is made
because of the instructor's refusal to meet or absence, the student may seek       either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual's
mediation of the matter with the Dean of the College or School in which            employment, (2) submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is
the course was offered. The Dean must be notified in writing by the                used as the basis for employment decisions affecting such individual, or (3)
student of his/her intention to continue the appeal process. Such                  such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an
notification must be received within 10 working days of the day on which           individual's work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive
the student/Department Chair consultation has been completed. The                  working environment.
process shall be terminated if notification is not received within the 10          Students: Sexual harassment of students is a violation of Title IX of the
working days. The instructor shall make available to his/her Dean all of           Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits sex discrimination in
the materials and criteria which entered into the determination of the             education. Academic sexual harassment is the use of authority to emphasize
student's final grade in the course. The student shall provide the Dean, in        the sexuality of a student in a manner which prevents or impairs that student's
writing, the grounds for contesting the grade by the instructor. After             full enjoyment of educational benefits, environment or opportunities.
receiving and reviewing these materials, the Dean shall meet with the              Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or
student and the instructor, either jointly or separately, to attempt to            physical conduct of a sexual nature constitute sexual harassment when (1) the
mediate the dispute about the contested grade.                                     conduct has the purpose or effect of interfering with the individual's academic
d. Appeal to Grade Appeal Committee                                                performance, or of creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational
If, after mediation with the Dean as provided above, the student is still          environment (2) imposed by an employee or agent of Washburn University
dissatisfied with the result, she/he may file a notice of appeal with the          which denies, limits, conditions or provides different aid, benefits, services or
Dean, which shall specify the relief requested and provide a written               treatment.
summary of the grounds for appeal to the Grade Appeal Committee. Such
notification must be received by the Dean within 10 working days of the
day on which the student/instructor consultation has been completed. The
process shall be terminated if notification is not received within the 10
working days. Upon receipt of the notice of appeal, the Dean shall
forward it and all materials submitted by the instructor and student during
the mediation process to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. The
Vice President for Academic Affairs, upon receipt of the notice and
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                                                                               destruction, intentional damage, or misuse of University property or private
All persons must be allowed to pursue their activities at Washburn             property of another member of the University community, whether occurring
University free from unsolicited and unwelcome sexual overtures or             on or off campus; or theft or malicious destruction, intentional damage, or
conduct.    The administration of Washburn University strongly                 misuse on campus of property of a nonmember of the University community;
disapproves of such inappropriate conduct and will not tolerate its            unauthorized entry upon the property of the University or into a University
occurrence.                                                                    facility or any portion thereof, including a computer file, which has been
Complaints of sexual harassment should be made verbally or in writing to       reserved, restricted in use, or placed off limits; unauthorized presence in any
Carol L. Vogel, Equal Opportunity Director, Morgan Hall 380A, 231-             University facility after closing hours; or unauthorized possession or use of a
1010, x 1509.                                                                  key to any University facility; possession, use, or distribution on campus of
                                                                               any controlled substance as defined by the laws of the United States or the
                                                                               State of Kansas except as expressly permitted by law; possession or use of
Drug Free Schools and Campuses Information/Annual                              alcoholic beverages on campus except as permitted under policies adopted by
Security Report                                                                the Board of Regents.
The Washburn University's annual security report includes statistics for       For a complete copy of the Student Conduct Code, contact the Student Life
the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on           Office, Morgan Hall 104. The conduct code is also included in the Student
campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled        Planner/Handbook.
by Washburn; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to
and accessible from, the campus. Other reports include institutional           Academic Impropriety Policy
policies concerning campus security, such as policies concerning alcohol       The grades and credits earned by college students in their courses provide an
and other drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual          important measure of the quality and extent of their academic achievements.
assault, and other matters. You can obtain a copy of this report by            Preserving the integrity and significance of grades and credits is a professional
contacting the Office of Student Life (104, Morgan, 231-1010, ext. 2100)       responsibility of the teaching faculty, but requires the cooperation and support
or        by        accessing        the       following        website:       of students. The present policy is designed to assist faculty and students in this
http://www.washburn.edu/admin/security/annual_reports.html                     task. First, it identifies the basic presumption underlying the integrity and
                                                                               significance of academic grades and credits. Second, it defines as
                                                                               academically improper, and officially forbids, all forms of student behavior
Equal Opportunity Policy Statement                                             that undermine, or that could reasonably be interpreted as undermining, the
It is the policy of Washburn University to assure equal educational and        validity of this basic presumption. Finally, it requires faculty to take
employment opportunity to qualified individuals without regard to race,        reasonable steps to prevent such behavior from occurring and to take
color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex, marital or   appropriate academic action when it does occur.
parental status or sexual orientation.
                                                                               The Basic Presumption--Grades or credits are fair and equitable measures of
Equal educational opportunity includes, but is not limited to, admissions,     academic achievement only on the presumption that the academic work
recruitment, extracurricular programs and activities, housing, facilities      submitted by each student is his or her own and is created under course
use, access to course offerings, counseling and testing, financial aid,        conditions or rules (e.g., time and resources allowed for the completion of an
health services and employment. Equal employment opportunity includes,         examination) common to all students in that course. The moment this
but is not limited to, recruitment, hiring, assignment of duties, tenure and   presumption's validity is reasonably doubted, the integrity of grades and credits
promotion determinations, compensation, benefits, training and                 as signs of actual academic achievement is seriously undermined. Therefore, it
termination.                                                                   is incumbent on students and faculty alike to ensure that the validity of the
It is University policy to have positive action taken to assure the full       basic presumption is preserved beyond any reasonable doubt.
realization of equal opportunity for all who work for the University.          For a complete copy of the Academic Impropriety Policy, contact the Vice
Special efforts will be made to identify promising minority persons and        President for Academic Affairs Office, Morgan Hall 262.
women for positions in all areas and at all levels in which these groups are
under-utilized relative to their availability. All selections will be based    Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
solely on the candidates' qualifications to carry out the duties that the      The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, protects
positions require, knowing that such actions can only result in raising the    the privacy of students and provides for the right to inspect and review
quality and competence of faculty and staff.                                   educational records. These rights include, but are not limited to the following:
                                                                                    1. The right to inspect and review their education records.
The administration of Washburn University is committed to its support of
                                                                                    2. The right to seek correction of their education records.
the principles of equal opportunity for students, faculty and staff. Each
                                                                                    3. The right to file complaints concerning the alleged failures by the
unit within the University is charged with conducting its practices in
                                                                                        University to comply with the Privacy Act.
conformity with these principles and in accordance with the Affirmative
                                                                                    4. The right to restrict the release of Directory Information.
Action Plan. Responsibility for monitoring and implementation of this
policy is delegated to the Affirmative Action Director*; however, all          The Act prescribes the conditions under which information about students can
personnel will share in the specific activities necessary to achieve these     be released without prior consent:
goals.
                                                                               Disclosure to Faculty and Administrative Officers of the University
*The Equal Opportunity Director is Carol Vogel, MO 380A, 231-1010, x           The University discloses academic records without written consent of students
1509.                                                                          to those designated university officials within the institution who have a
                                                                               legitimate educational interest.
Student Conduct Code                                                           Disclosure to Parents
The students of Washburn University are responsible for complying with         Students may share their education records with parents at their own discretion.
policies, standards, rules, and requirements for academic and social            Academic records may be provided to parents who make the request directly
behavior formulated by the University community. At the same time,             to the institution upon:
students have protection through orderly procedures against arbitrary or             a. Obtaining and providing the student's written consent, or
capricious actions or decisions by University authorities. Due process is            b. Establishing the student's dependency as defined by the Internal
recognized as essential to the proper enforcement of University rules. The                Revenue Code of 1954, Section 152.
purpose of this document is to provide a procedure and rules by which a
student will be afforded due process in the matter of alleged violations of    Disclosure to Government Agencies
University standards, rules and requirements governing academic and            Some federal and state agencies specified in the Family Educational Rights and
social conduct of students.                                                    Privacy Act have the right to student records without written consent. In
                                                                               addition, judicial order or lawfully issued subpoenas can secure student records
Prohibited behaviors include, but are not limited to: disruption and           without the written consent of the student.
disorderly conduct which interferes with the rights and opportunities of
other students to pursue their academic studies; theft or malicious

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Disclosure to Other Individuals and Organizations                              9.2.5 Overlength Vehicle
The University may release without written consent certain information         Overlength or oversized vehicles such as buses, trucks and campers can not be
identified by the institution as public or directory information. Directory    parked in regular parking spaces. Visiting groups and charter buses may
information at Washburn University includes: name, current address and         arrange for special parking assignments with the University Police Office.
phone number, permanent address and phone number, classification status,       Parking for camping or overnight sleeping in vehicles is prohibited.
major field of study, date and place of birth, dates of attendance, awards
and academic honors, enrollment status (full-time, half-time, less than        9.2.7 Prohibited Parking
half-time,) most recent educational institution attended, participation in     The following acts are prohibited and University tickets may be issued for such
officially recognized activities and sports, height and weight of members      infractions by officers of Washburn University, City of Topeka and/or
of athletic teams.                                                             Shawnee County:
                                                                                  1. Double parking or blocking streets;
Federal law and University policies allow the Office of the University            2. Parking on sidewalks or grass;
Registrar to release directory information to the public unless the student       3. Parking in service or restricted areas;
requests otherwise. Students who choose not to have directory                     4. Parking across drive entrances or sidewalk crossings;
information published in the Campus Directory may indicate so by                  5. Parking outside marked spaces;
updating their directory profile through MyWashburn Self-Service by               6. Parking in fire hydrant zones and/or fire lanes;
August 30 of each year they are enrolled.                                         7. Parking overlength vehicle without permit;
                                                                                  8. Parking in any area designated by signs or curb markings as a no
If no release of information to public inquiry is desired, a separate form              parking area;
must be submitted in the Office of the University Registrar. The form             9. Parking in a lot or space for which vehicle is not permitted;
may be submitted throughout the year and becomes effective when                  10. Any other parking violation(s) as defined by city or county statutes.
submitted.
                                                                               9.2.8 Fees for Misuses of Parking and Late Payment.
If no listing in the Commencement Program is desired, the student must         A fee of $10.00 shall be charged for all Washburn University tickets issued for
indicate this on the Application for Degree Form available in the Office of    restricted parking (except for handicap parking violations). Such fees are due
the University Registrar.                                                      and payable at the University Business Office within five (5) days following
                                                                               the date the ticket is issued.
                 PARKING REGULATIONS                                           If the fee is not paid, a late payment fee of $10.00 for restricted parking shall
9.1.1 Registration of vehicles operated on the campus by all faculty, staff,   be assessed on the sixth day following the date of issuance of the University
and students is required. Vehicles are registered at the time of enrollment    parking ticket.
and/or upon acquisition.                                                       Faculty and staff shall pay the misuse parking fee within five (5) days of the
      Any changes of vehicle and/or tag information should be                  date the ticket was issued. Faculty and staff are subject to the $10.00 late fee.
      completed at the Washburn Police department.                             Faculty and staff with unpaid parking fees shall be subject to administrative
                                                                               review.
9.1.2 Persons operating or parking a vehicle on campus shall be fully
responsible for that vehicle and its contents. The University and the City     9.2.9 Failure to Pay Parking Misuse Fees
of Topeka are not responsible for vehicles or protection of any vehicles or    Students with unpaid misuse and/or late payment fees shall have a hold placed
their contents while on campus. Faculty, staff, and students shall be held     on their transcripts and re-enrollment until such fees are paid in full.
responsible for violations by vehicles registered to him/her either through
                                                                               9.2.10 Misuse of Parking and Vehicle Removal
University registration or tracing through the State Motor Vehicle
                                                                               Motor vehicles parking in violation of any of these regulations may be deemed
Department regardless of the operator at the time of violation.
                                                                               a common nuisance and the nuisance abated by removal or towing away of the
9.1.3 These regulations are in effect 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
                                                                               vehicle. The cost of abating, towing and impoundment shall be a lien against
Reserved parking spaces are available for open parking after 5:00 o'clock
                                                                               the vehicle.
PM except where otherwise posted.
                                                                               9.3 Vehicle Operation
9.2 Parking
                                                                               9.3.1 The provisions of the City of Topeka traffic codes and state highway
9.2.1 Certain parking spaces and parking lots have been designated for
                                                                               traffic codes, Chapter 8 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, are applicable to the
reserved parking by faculty, staff, visitors and students. Parking in
                                                                               operation and condition of motor vehicles operated on the University campus
reserved parking areas is by permit only.
                                                                               except as may be otherwise provided in these regulations by the Board of
9.2.2 Students are not eligible for reserved parking privileges.               Regents.

9.2.3 Handicapped Parking                                                      9.3.2 Vehicles shall stop and yield to all for pedestrians.
Certain parking spaces have been designated as handicapped parking.
                                                                               9.3.3 All vehicles are to be driven prudently and not in excess of 20 mph on
Parking in designated handicapped parking spaces is reserved for those
                                                                               the streets and roads on the University campus. Except as may be otherwise
persons whose vehicles display:
                                                                               posted, speed limits for vehicles operated in the University parking lots shall
   $ a specially issued license plate displaying the international
                                                                               not exceed 12 mph.
      symbol of access to the physically handicapped; or
   $ a specially issued State of Kansas identification card displaying         9.3.4 The following acts are prohibited:
      the international symbol of access to the physically handicapped.              1.    Driving over curbs or sidewalks;
Persons desiring special parking considerations because of temporary or              2.    Driving on grass or seeded areas;
permanent disability are advised to obtain a State Handicapped Parking               3.    Driving in excess of the speed limits;
Permit by making application at the State Office Building or County                  4.    Reckless Driving;
Treasurer's Office. This permit is recognized universally. The University            5.    Failing to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk or at an intersection;
is not authorized to permit parking in designated handicapped spaces.                6.    Driving in violation of the provisions of Chapter 8 of the Kansas
                                                                                           Statutes Annotated.
Students with documented disabilities are encouraged to consult with the
                                                                               9.3.5 Vehicle Parking & Operations; City Ordinances, State Law and
Director of Student Services in Morgan Hall 150, x1629.
                                                                               Enforcement of
Violators of handicap parking laws will receive tickets issued by officers     The University is within the city limits of the City of Topeka. Officers of
of Washburn University, City of Topeka, Shawnee County, and/or State of        Washburn University, City of Topeka, Shawnee County and State of Kansas
Kansas. Fines will be according to the city or county statutes.                have the authority to enforce all laws of the State of Kansas and any general
9.2.4 Faculty and Staff Reserved Parking                                       ordinances of the city on the University campus. Violations of city ordinances
Faculty and staff may apply for a reserved parking permit. Application for     or state statutes will be processed by the appropriate court of jurisdiction.
a reserved parking permit may be made at the University Police Office. A       Fines and court costs will be assessed by the court.
reserved parking tag shall be displayed on the rearview mirror of the          Failure to pay Vehicle Operation Violation Fees
vehicle.                                                                       Students who have received Washburn University tickets and have not paid
                                                                               any fee(s) charged, shall not be permitted to re-enroll, graduate or transfer, and
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a hold shall be placed on the student's transcript and re-enrollment until
such fees are paid in full.
9.4 Accidents
All accidents, including motor vehicle, occurring on the University
campus should be reported to the Washburn Police Office. The Topeka
Police Department also has jurisdiction to investigate all accidents
occurring in the City of Topeka.
9.5.1 Hearings
A person desirous of contesting the issuance of a University ticket
issued to him or her may obtain a hearing in accordance with the
following procedures.
   1. A complaint regarding a specific ticket issuance may be made at
         the Police Office.
   2. If the individual is not satisfied with the disposition of the
         complaint regarding a specific ticket, the individual may submit
         in writing to the Director of Police his/her reason for a review
         request. The written statement must be submitted to the Director
         of Police within one week following registering the complaint to
         Police office. Upon receiving the written request for a review of
         the complaint the Director of Police will schedule a hearing by
         the Parking Ticket Review Board which will consist of two
         students, two faculty or staff members and the Director of Police.
          The Director of Police will only vote in the event of a tie.
Visitors
Visitors to the campus are defined as those individuals who are not
students, faculty or staff of Washburn University. Visitors ticketed by the
University for parking violations may be excused for such parking
violations (except handicapped parking, fire lanes) by taking or mailing
the University ticket, with proper identification, to the Business Office or
Police Office. Tickets issued on state or city ordinances may be contested
in city or county courts.
Students
Students are defined as those individuals who are currently enrolled at
Washburn University or were enrolled for the preceding regular or
summer term, and have not graduated. Any individual having evidence
showing that they will not be a Washburn Student for the current or next
term will be considered a Visitor.
Although care is taken to ensure the accuracy of all information, errors
may occur and changes or deletions may be made without further
notification. Washburn University reserves the right to withdraw courses
at any time, change the fees, change the rules and calendar regulating
admission and graduation requirements, and change any other regulations
affecting the student body. Changes shall become effective whenever the
proper authorities so determine and shall apply not only to prospective
students but also to those who at the time are matriculated in the
University. It is understood that the ultimate responsibility for complying
with degree requirements rests with the student.
Disclosure of Education Records or Personally Identifiable
Information
University Police Personnel shall have access to student class schedules in
an emergency situation when knowledge of the information concerning
the emergency, is considered necessary to protect the health or safety of
students or other persons.
University Police Personnel will attempt to verify the identity of the
person requesting information and the emergency situation. The class
schedule will not be released to the requesting individual but a security
officer will attempt to contact the student directly.
A record of each disclosure request must be made and maintained. The
record should include the name and address of the requestor, date and time
of request, and the nature of the emergency situation. These records are
considered part of the student's educational record.




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            Important Locations & Phone Numbers
Academic Services                                                                                                                                                   Location                Ext.
Admissions Information/Catalogues/Class Schedules ............................................................................................Morgan 114                                   1030
Academic Advising
   Applied Studies .................................................................................................................................................... Benton 306         1282
   Arts and Sciences ................................................................................................................................................Morgan 108            1636
   Business.......................................................................................................................................................... Henderson 114        1308
   Nursing ........................................................................................................................................................ Petro Center 203       1525
   Undecided/Undeclared ..........................................................................................................................CLASS, Morgan 122                        1942
Adding or Dropping a class .................................................................................... University Registrar's Office, Morgan 115                                  1074
Address Change...................................................................................................... University Registrar's Office, Morgan 115                             1074
Books/Supplies/Clothing/Gifts ............................................................................... Bookstore, Lower Level, Memorial Union                                       1049
Business Office............................................................................................................................................... Morgan Hall 205             1156
Career Services.........................................................................................................................................CLASS, Morgan 122                  1450
Complete Withdrawal............................................................................................. University Registrar's Office, Morgan 115                                 1074
Declaring a major .................................................................................................. Department chairperson of proposed major
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP).............................................................................................................. Morgan 123                             1871
Financial Aid/Scholarships.................................................................................................. Financial Aid Office, Morgan 267                              1151
Honors Program.................................................................................................................... Dr. Donna LaLonde, Morgan 275                           1494
Housing Information.......................................................................................................Cap. Fed. Ctr. for Learning, LLC 152                             1065
Information Technology Services / MyWashburn.................................................................................................. Bennett 104                                 3000
Library ................................................................................................................................................................Mabee Library      1485
Online Classes ........................................................................................................................................................ Bennett 102        2381
Study Skills Information...........................................................................................................................CLASS, Morgan 122                       1299
Tutoring ................................................................................................................................................ Call Department Office
Transcript Request.................................................................................................. University Registrar's Office, Morgan 115                             1078
Veterans Education Benefits Information...............................................................................................................Morgan 150                           1629
Writing Center ........................................................................................................................................................Morgan 257          1409
Personal Services
University Police and Campus Safety Dept..................................................................Morgan, Center wing, outside entrance                                             1153
Chartering a new student organization ............................................................................. Student Activities, Memorial Union                                      1723
Child Care........................................................................................................................ University United Methodist Church                   232-0263
Co-curricular Activities .................................................................................................... Student Activities, Memorial Union                            1723
Counseling............................................................................................ Counseling & Testing Services, CLASS, Morgan 122                                     1299
Disability Services................................................................................................................................................. Morgan 150             1629
Food Service....................................................................................................................................................Memorial Union              1456
"Good Student" discount on car insurance .............................................................. University Registrar's Office Morgan 115                                            1074
iCard (Washburn's ID), copies & faxing ..................................................................Ichabod Service Center, Memorial Union                                             1188
Illness..............................................................................................................................Student Health Services, Morgan 170                    1470
International Activities ...........................................................................................................Office of International Programs                        1051
Jobs (off-campus) ..........................................................................................................Career Services, CLASS, Morgan 122                              1450
Lost & Found....................................................................................... Police/Office, Morgan, Center wing, outside entrance                                    1153
Mail packages or purchase stamps...............................................................................Post Office Located east of the stadium                                  231-1158
Multicultural and Diversity Programming...........................................................................Multicultural Affairs, Morgan 110                                         1622
Post notices or signs on campus ............................................................................................ Student Life Office, Morgan 104                                2100
Printing, copying, mailing ..............................................................................................University Service Area, Morgan 113                                1605
Refunds tuition ............................................................................................................................Business Office, Morgan 205                     1156
Residential Living ..........................................................................................................Cap. Fed. Ctr. for Learning, LLC 152                           1065
Room reservations (on campus) ..............................................Academic &Community Events Scheduling (ACES), MO 265                                                            1301
Student Health Insurance....................................................................................................... Student Life Office, Morgan 104                             2100
Student Health Services & Insurance Information .................................................................................................Morgan 170                                 1470
Student Recreation and Wellness Center.....................................................................................................................................                 1314
Ticket Information:
    Athletic ....................................................................................................................................... Petro Allied Health Center            1092
    Cultural............................................................................................................................ Facts & Snacks, Memorial Union                    1454
Work-Study/Part time employment ..................................................................................... Financial Aid Office, Morgan 267                                     1151
Other
Equal Opportunity Office .................................................................................................................................... Morgan 380A                   1509
Alumni Office................................................................................................................................ Bradbury Thompson Center                      1641
Student Government ............................................................................................................... Memorial Union, WSGA Office                              1169
Campus Switchboard ...................................................................................................................................On Campus: Dial 0                 231-1010
TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf)...................................................................................................Morgan 150                               231-1025

				
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